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Volunteer led group whose aims are to combat isolation, loneliness and improve mental wellbeing by: Signposting people to help and support Providing safe welcoming social groups to help people build their confidence Encouraging people to help each other and join in activities Providing a variety…
For all your local information: news, history,  clubs – Lunch, tea and chat, scrabble etc    
Join the group for tea and cakes and enjoy a sing-song as well as a quiz and games.  There's plenty of time for chatting too.
Offering information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers. Newbury Parkinsons organise regular events and social activities. Join the group - and meet other people affected by Parkinson's in your area. Visit the website for: advice and support lunch club dates chair based exercise…
The resource centre is open 5 days a week from Monday to Friday.  Supporting up to 30 people per day.  The Centre provides services for adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and for those with frailty and dementia.  The spacious and well equipped centre has a variety of rooms and facilities which are used to provide occupational activities…
TiM Friends has opened a second gentleman’s “Pie & Pint” session in Burghfield at The Hatch Gate Public House in Burghfield Village.  . Also Come along at 12 noon on the 1st Wednesday of every month to The Horse and Groom, Mortimer RG7 3RD, for another Pie…
Come along and meet new friends at The Horse and Groom, Mortimer.   Join in another Pie and Pints session at The Hatch Gate, Burghfield RG30 3TH at 12.00 noon on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
If you like reading poetry, why not join this group.  Each month the group will read poems under a selected heading. Visit the facebook page for up to date news.
Anyone who would like a bit of daytime company is very welcome on their own or with a friend. Quizzes and various puzzles ably devised by a club member, or you can just pop in for coffee/tea, biscuits and a chat.    
It's My Life is a self advocacy network run by people with learning disabilities living in West Berkshire. Come along to the monthly Pub Club.  Support is provided but you need to bring your own money for drinks.
Reading Association for the Blind provide an opportunity for people with impaired sight to take part in activities such as visiting the group's social club, rambling, taking part in a craft club, social outings, theatre trips, sport, holidays, learning new skills such as IT or accessing support from the group's home…
The aim of the club is to provide friendship and social activity for the over 50s.  Activities include outings, holidays, speakers, summer party held in aid of current charity and Christmas party.   Meetings are also held on the third Tuesday of the month at Best…
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…
U3A (University of the Third Age) is a UK movement of retired and semi-retired people who come together to continue their educational, social and creative interests in a friendly and informal environment. Are you looking for new interests? Visit the website for a full listing of…
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…
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