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Adventure, inspiration and learning - Path Hill Outdoors                    Path Hill Outdoors offers exciting, innovative experiences for young people; focusing on learning in the outdoors We work with young people who find mainstream education challenging and need a different approach to re-engage in learning. We also…

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Peapods is a parent-led charity providing support to families with physically disabled children across Berkshire. Having a child with a physical disability can be an isolating experience. Not only are there so many medical issues to learn about but so many activities become difficult to…
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…
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…
Our garden in East Reading provides horticultural therapy, gardening opportunities, garden-related activities and training for those living with disabilities or facing mental and physical health issues. Experienced horticultural therapists supported by volunteers lead sessions on Mondays and Tuesdays. Sessions promote increased confidence and self esteem,…

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