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Lunch clubs organised once a month, usually Wednesday or Sunday (Dependent on numbers) Various trips and outings also arranged throughout the year, ring for further information.   Also Bingo held on Mondays and Fridays - mini bus door to door collection can be arranged, pick…
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The Thatcham U3A (University of the Third Age), is a self-help organisation for people no longer in full time employment providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment for all Thatcham people.  The groups give opportunities to people to make new friends through…
Mah Jong - 1st and 3rd Wednesday afternoon of the month 2.00pm Rummikub - 2nd Wednesday afternoon of the month 2.00pm Whist - Last Wednesday afternoon of the month 2.00pm Scrabble Club - First Thursday of the month - 2.00pm If you are not a…
The Can Do It Club is held in Theale for people with physical disabilities.  Speakers are arranged, along with occasional outings.  A meal is provided and some transport.   
Various weekly activities including light exercise, singing, craft activities.  Tea and cake.
Service offered to children and adults with learning disabilities, young people with mental health difficulties, children and young people struggling with education, support for children who are looked after. Set on a 45 acre working farm in Padworth, 5 miles from Junction 12 of the M4…
Village Agents aim to put older and/or socially isolated residents in direct contact with community, voluntary and statutory agencies that offer help and advice, and to assist them in engaging in local activities. Village Agents help with: Housing Personal safety Leisure Pensions and benefits Transport Health…
A new walking for health group, organised in association with the Ramblers and Macmillan Cancer Support. All walks start at 10:30am, last about an hour and cover up to three miles. Walks are free, please wear shoes and clothing suitable for the weather.
Join a walk today, just turn up and join in!  All you need is a comfortable pair of shoes! West Berkshire has fifteen regular led health walks for people of all abilities, especially those who are inactive or do little physical activity. The walks are friendly, welcoming…
The Watermill Theatre welcome you to Accessible Performances, especially designed for guests with additional needs and their companions. Guests with additional needs are always welcome at The Watermill, to any performance, and if there is anything staff can do to make your visit more enjoyable, please get in…
Over 250 young people are currently involved in our extremely popular youth theatre opportunities. They meet weekly during term time to learn about theatre skills, to have a great time and create some theatre magic on The Watermill stage. Waterminis is for aged 20 months…
Ways and Means Trust have a large warehouse in Caversham where adults can come and learn new skills, possibly in the warehouse where there is a light commercial packing and repackaging operation, which specialises in contract packing, for example, shrink-wrapping, collation, hand finishing, assembling point-of-sale displays, and packing products for…
The West Berkshire Card is a great, free way to gain discounts on: activities in the council's sports and leisure centres DVD, video and CD hire (save 10%) at West Berkshire libraries If you're over 60 years of age, have a disability or are on a low income…
Friendship Skills - delivers a development programme making a positive difference to the lives of people in a fun, inclusive enviornment by delivering a range of purpose built training and awareness programmes developed to help people become more independent, and to stay safe in the…
Growing4All is a therapeutic garden skills project for Adults with Learning Disabilities based at Cottismore Park. Growing4All provides real work for its trainees with a customer base that is well established, providing such services as spring, summer and autumn bedding plants for sale, hanging baskets…
A weekly group that meet with their peer group and friends that is set up to equip people with a learning disability with social and life skills promoting social inclusion, equality and understanding between those with a learning disability and the public. Our aim is…
The Centre is a very specialised gym, equipped with power-assisted exercise equipment, for the benefit of people who suffer from a wide range of disabling conditions. Exercise is proven to help many conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, parkinsons and arthritis. With specialist power assisted…
The Mens Shed – a place where members share the tools and resources they need to work on projects of their own choosing at their own pace in a workshop in Reading.  A place of leisure where men come together to share skills, although it…
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