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The events are open to everyone, but are enhanced to suit the needs of people with dementia. The lights are left on low, there will be no adverts, and people are free to move around, take a break if needed or sing along to any…
Download a copy of the groups and activities available in your area produced by Sue Butterworth, Public Health and Wellbeing Team, West Berkshire Council.
Euan's Guide features disabled access reviews from disabled people and their friends and families. "The goal of Euan's Guide is to provide a friendly, honest & empowering alternative to hours of web searching and phone calls and most importantly remove the ‘fear of the unknown’…
Create and develop visual affects (VJ), learn musical skills in disc jockey (DJ). Come and have fun with your favourite music, learn skills in mixing music, various genres of music and visual effects. Sessions Djing and VJing to adults with learning disabilities as well as…
Come and have fun exploring your voice, character work, improvisation, masks, props, researching on the internet, script writing, directing, stage and costume design, story telling, performing, making friends and gaining confidence.   Some of us enjoy performing, some of us enjoy behind the scenes and the technical side of production. All…
ENCORE – A drama group for older people no longer in full-time work. These weekly sessions offer the chance to hone your acting skills, get together with like-minded people and share your passion for drama.  An opportunity to learn more about characterisation, voice control, improvisation…
UPSTAGE - A weekly drama group for adults. Upstage is for adults who are passionate about performing, having fun, experimenting and learning more about the craft of acting.  There are two groups, both treated equally but run at different times, to enable wider access. To…
The Watermill Theatre welcomes you to join monthly drama workshops for adults who, for whatever reason, could use a change of scene. Drama lends itself to supporting well-being for the opportunity it offers to just play! Through play we make sense of the world around…
This Newbury based Enablement Unit providing members with opportunities to build friendships and participate in varied life skill activities. The well-equipped gym is managed by experienced staff with specialist knowledge in helping with disabilities and improving mobility. Technology, food preparation, art therapy, photography and other…
ENRYCH aims to give adults with a physical disability, who have a need, the opportunity to add quality to life through leisure and learning. If there's a leisure or learning activity you've always dreamt of doing, ENRYCH will try to make it your reality. ENRYCH create…
 2 outings a year arranged with lunch.  Trips and various activities.  
Visit the website for current timetable. Some of the activities taking place daily include: Chair excercises Table Tennis  (organised by U3A) Singing Bingo Flower Arranging Craft WorkshopsKnit & Natter Whist & Bingo
Opportunities include recycling outfits from existing clothing or every day objects, jewellery making, fabric embellishment, drawing, painting and collage.  Many skills are developed (on a practical level as well as an artistic level), explored and provide a wide range of opportunities for all abilities Interakt…
Fellas has been described as ‘a grown man’s youth group’. Every Tuesday between 12-3pm Fellas open the doors, get out table tennis, pool, darts and other games and enjoys some friendly competition. People bring lunch and the kettle is always on. All men are welcome.…
Film This is an opportunity to learn basic filming and editing techniques for personal, practical and educational purposes.  The course requires each participant to take part in developing story lines, scripting, acting, costumes and set design.  The group documents events as well as produces dvd’s for…
If you are new to flower arranging why not visit one of the 47  Flower Clubs which meet regularly (usually monthly) for flower arranging demonstrations, workshops, talks, competitions, visits to places of floral interest and social events.  New members and visitors are welcome at all…
Join this new group to enjoy speakers, light refreshments, worship and friendship. Group accessible to all. If you require transport please speak with Karen Frost - Pastoral Development Worker.
Find a gardening group or horticultural society in your community.
Opportunities to volunteer and train in practical activities at The Growing 2gether Project at Cottismore.  There are opportunities for people to take part in outdoor gardening and horticulture activities; learning gardening skills and how to grow your own food.  If the weather is not good, there are alternative indoor…
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