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A warm welcome - open to everyone. Tea and coffee from 10.00am to 2.00pm Lunches from 12noon to 2.00pm  
Drop in for a coffee and cake, or a light lunch, also advice and information. Open to all ages on:  Mondays 9.00 to 2.00pm with last food orders 1.30pm and  Wednesdays 9.00am to 12 noon with last food orders at 11.30am
Coffee Companions is for anyone, anywhere at any time. Wanting to put the paper down, turn off the phone, and just have a chat with your coffee and know you are not intruding - using one of the Coffee Companions Chat Mats is easier than mind reading.…
Facilities suitable for elderly people but there are no on-site carers.  Meet old friends and make new ones, drop in for coffee or enjoy a delicious freshly cooked hot lunch (£4.50 for Members, £5.00 for non Members) Entertainment and activities organised in the centre, also…
A series of monthly Memory Cafés for people living with dementia and their carers. These friendly, drop in sessions are designed to provide support for people living with Dementia, their carers and family members. They are a place to find support, share concerns, celebrate and take part in arts activities…
Churches in Reading drop in centre (CIRDIC) is a drop in centre for the homeless in Reading. The Centre offers a wide range of support services to guests:  Hot meals Clean clothing and toiletries Bath and shower facilities Provision of a safe postal address Use…
Every Monday at Sun Street Centre, Reading RG1 3JX (Large car park at rear) ALL WELCOME 
A 'pop in' afternoon for 16 - 116! year olds providing a way to meet new friends or just meet old ones. Maybe you are new to the village and would like to meet new people; maybe you are in racing and would like to mix…
Loose Ends is a drop-centre in Newbury serving food to the homeless and vulnerable. The preparation and serving of healthy, hot meals is the group's main function but groceries, tins, toiletries and clean clothes are also offered to all those in need. The volunteers strive…
The Dementia Awareness group welcomes anyone of any age to join in. The group's aim is to address social isolation from whatever cause: living alone, working from home, a couple who might only see each other all day.  It would be helpful if people could book in by…
Come along to the Church for a Parish lunch: a hot, home-cooked meal a choice of dessert tea or coffee
Two course meal followed by coffee and a good chat. Club originally advertised it for “over 60s” and most of the diners and helpers do fall into that age bracket, but the group like to be flexible! We have regulars in their 50s plus a number of over…
Soup, tea/coffee for the less mobile & elderly, help with transport if required.   Volunteering If you would like to join the group of volunteers either on kitchen/serving duties or to just  chat with our lunch guests or even if you are able to be a…
It's My Life is a self advocacy network run by people with learning disabilities living in West Berkshire. Come along to the monthly Lunch Club held at different pubs and restaurants across West Berkshire.  Support is provided but you need to bring your own money for food and…
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