Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people's mental health and wellbeing Children's guide to Coronavirus produced by the Children's Commissioner Mencap have produced an easy read leaflet. West Berkshire Mencap have set up a helpline to provide advice 01635 41464 Mon to…
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The Monday club runs weekly.
A friendly club open to anyone who is retired or not working, generally 50 years upwards. The club also have entertainment, speakers or an activity each month.
An active group of ladies who host an annual County Luncheon with other branches in Berkshire, an xmas party, summer garden party, afternoon tea and Conferences etc.
Come along and join in this social event (Affiliated to Age Concern Mortimer & Burghfield)
Free drop in For more information, please contact the library.
Drop in and bring any craft with you. For more information, please contact the library.
All abilities welcome Having access to a wide range of leisure activities and facilities is important for everyone. No Limits will help the people they support enrich their social and life skills, as well as promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Provides therapies, information and practical and emotional support for people with multiple sclerosis, their carers and families in Berkshire and surrounding area. Working closely with the NHS and other Healthcare Professionals the group provide long-term, individual support.
Music makes the world go round! In this session the group explores different cultural music and dance to experience and perform with one another. There are also opportunities for therapeutic approaches which are woven into the session for those with more complex needs. …
Please view the website for details of Nature Reserves in the area, including Greenham and Crookham Common, Snelsmore Park,
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…
Join this small friendly group of people, all of whom are experiencing mental health problems but who find support and friendship through the two sessions that are held every week. Situated in a peaceful allotment setting with a meeting shed, polytunnels and numerous plots for…
Newbury and District Hackspace learn, craft, mend and create in a community workshop. Join this group if you like to share tools and experience of your hobbies. Every Thursday is an open evening, open to anyone who would like to visit the space. Come along to see the workshop and equipment.…
Join this group for mutual support; it works because everyone has a similar humour & outlook and the social life enjoyed now is like the service days.
Join this free voluntary group to combine staying fit with carrying out conservation work at various locations around the Newbury and Thatcham areas. No obligation to attend regularly and everyone can work at their own pace. Visit the website for current dates and locations.
About the society: The Society was founded in 1981 to provide the Newbury and West Berkshire area of the UK with a focal point for all those interested in astronomy, regardless of age, experience or expertise. The Society holds regular speaker and beginners meetings from…
Gateway is the leisure arm of West Berkshire Mencap. Gateway clubs help people with a learning disability take part in leisure, social and creative activities in the community, and provide opportunities for personal development. Gateway Club in West Berkshire meets weekly at the Mencap…
Run by volunteers, hour long sessions. Contact the library for further information.
Free drop in sessions for adults. Contact the library for more information.