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Apart from a great opportunity for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat, a member of the Age UK team is there each week to provide information and advice on a wide range of subjects. A monthly raffle (usually on the last Thursday…
The Reading and District Welsh Society provides a focus for those who live in the area to discuss Welsh culture and the latest news from home. Meetings are held during the months of March, April, May, June, October, November and December.  The AGM is held…
Yellow Submarine is a registered charity that provides holidays for adults and children with learning disabilities across the South East. This also gives respite for carers/parents Our projects For young people (11-18), we run an ambitious school holiday programme, youth clubs, a breakfast club and…
RhythmZone - World Percussion Education works with Octopus Arts to provide a weekly schedule of disability drumming groups in Reading, Oxford and Newbury. Octopus Arts is a small charity that supports music groups for people with learning difficulties. Please contact us for further information.

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Riding offers an element of risk, often denied to many people, especially those who have been affected by an accident or serious illness and offers them the chance to regain mobility and a sense of achievement. People with congenital disabilities discover a new freedom in…
The club is open seven evenings a week as well as Sunday lunchtime. Various social events take place throughout the year. The Club has a member’s bar, a function room with its own bar, and a room where snooker, pool, or darts can be played.…
Royal Voluntary Service is a volunteer organisation that enriches the lives of older people and their families across Britain. RVS support older people by giving time and practical help to help them get the best from life. Our volunteers – ordinary men and women of…
Sailing opportunities for anyone aged 8+ with visual and hearing impairments, physical disabilities and/ or learning disabilities. Burghfield Sailing Club - Sailability Thursday: 6.00pm - 8.00pm, mid April to mid September. We also run a periodic Saturday session. RYA qualified instructors supervise all activity. We…
If you are not a resident of Nevil Court and wish to participate in this activity you will find contact/joining information on Thatcham U3As website (University of the Third Age for people no longer in full time employment)
Ever Active is a programme that supports older adults who are seeking to improve their health and fitness and reduce feelings of loneliness and social isolation. All Ever Active sessions are low to moderate intensity and everyone is encouraged to take sessions at their own…
Ever Active is a programme that supports older adults who are seeking to improve their health and fitness and reduce feelings of loneliness and social isolation. All Ever Active sessions are low to moderate intensity and everyone is encouraged to take sessions at their own…
The sessions offer one-to-one tuition so you can learn what you want, at your own pace, with everything being explained clearly as you progress. Due to high demand, there is usually a waiting list for some of the sessions, so it is essential for you to contact Age…
A service for adults over the age of 60 and over 50 with a disability. If you like music and would like to sing then this is the service for you. There are no auditions, & you do not have to be pitch perfect. Want…
Held every Wednesday in the lounge from 2.00pm  £5 per person Enjoy a 2 course meal beforehand for £5.00 (48 hr notice required for meal)
The Torch Club is a well established social club for adults with physical or learning disabilities (also for people who are depressed, lonely and bereaved) in the Newbury/Thatcham area.
A social group for people with Autism and Asperger Syndrome aged 18-30, run by the West Berkshire Branch of the NAS.  The group meets the last Tuesday of each month, from 7pm to 9pm.  Carers are welcome. The location will vary each month, depending on…
SportsAble is a unique sports disability charity, dedicated to the promotion of awareness of disability through sport and recreational activity. Once you join, all the sports that we offer are free and you can take part in one or in as many as you like.…
Drama and story telling, dance, character work with costumes and masks for gaining skills in communication,  performance, social and team building skills.
Services include: Supported living and domiciliary care - supported living services for people with learning disabilities to help them live more independently. Leisure - a mixture of on and off-site activities at Hft's Milton Heights site, including activities promoting health, well-being and maintaining mobility such as keep-fit, dance, football,…
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