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All Aboard meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month usually 2-4pm.  All are welcome for board games, speakers and quizzes.  The group also arranges trips out - recent trips have been to Cotswold Wildlife Park and Swanage, and lunches kindly hosted by John O'Gaunt School.  …
ACO stands for Activity, Community and Opportunity. We are a Volleyball club for people with a disability who would like to play at a gentler pace than usual. The group is supported by Newbury Volleyball Club. Learn all the ball skills needed, and play a…
Find out about what is available  There are a number of ways to be more physically active in our district. For more information on the list of activities available visit West Berkshire Council's Physical Activities webpage. 
Visit this excellent website for local news, events and activities (for adults, teens and kids) in the community. Find local jobs, property, items for sale and a business directory, gardening tips, recipes, reviews, astronomy, wildlife & countryside blogs, community arts, voluntary groups, security tips, local school news and lots more – all in…
These are classes designed to help people either manage or recover from an existing condition, or to help those at risk of developing one. If you have been diagnosed with a mild mental health condition such as depression, stress or anxiety this group is for you.…
Aerobility has worked extremely hard to make sure that everybody can fly, whatever their disability. Aircraft adaptations, hoisting techniques and other solutions to make sure flying is fully accessible. Not everyone can go on to hold a licence, but everyone can fly as long as…
Friday After SChool Club produces opportunities for young people and adults to have fun, chill out and be creative.  The group has developed a hobby club for participants to bring and share their hobbies and explore opportunities with others to have fun with the various…
Newbury Corn Exchange offer a programme of activities for people over 55 at various venues.  Activities and courses include: dance classes a choir a visual arts project an intergenerational poetry project between children and older people.
Try a free taster session in Aikido and then join the eight-week beginners’ course. The White Oak Aikido Reading beginner’s course has been designed to offer you a structured introduction to this exciting martial art. Our team of highly skilled and qualified male and female Aikido…
An activity group for people with dementia, in a relaxed friendly environment. The opportunity to take part in a fun, structured activity. Activities can include art and craft groups, drama workshops, cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) groups, maintaining skills groups, bowling groups, skittles groups, walking groups,…
Activity group to enable people affected by dementia to read/write poetry over a lunch. The group is facilitated by a volunteer who encourages and supports people to take part.
Singing for the brain brings people together in a friendly, fun and social environment. Based around the principles of music therapy, the stimulating sessions include vocal warm-ups and singing a wide variety of familiar and new songs.  
Singing for the brain is based around the principles of music therapy and singing. The structured group sessions use music to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. Each session includes a range of activities including vocal warm-up and singing…
Singing for the Brain brings people together in a friendly, fun and social environment. Based around the principles of music therapy, the stimulating sessions include vocal warm-ups and singing a wide variety of familiar and new songs.  
A mix of seated yoga and gentle aerobic exercise suitable for all abilities, incorporating social time in a welcoming, supportive environment. For people with dementia and their carers.
Come and have your say! Encouraging people with dementia to speak out about issues affecting their lives.
Join in for a great afternoon of arts and/or crafts activities. There is no commitment to regular attendance and no membership fee, though many people come every week to join in the relaxed, friendly atmosphere and try out some arty or crafty activities.  A number of…
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