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The Chapel Row Community Service Group is a group of volunteers set up to help the elderly, the lonely and those in need, by such means as: Transport for those unable to use public transport to and from the dentist, chiropodist and optician, etc; hospital…
In return for a donation towards our costs, we are able to help with transport to hospital, the doctor, optician, dentist and even the shops. We help people from all age groups, not just the elderly.
Providing transport to Doctors, Dentists, Chiropodists, Hospital appointments, and more. Users of this service are asked to make a donation towards the cost. Drivers collect their clients (from home) and escort them to the appropriate clinic, stay with them and then take them back home.
Call the number below to check the service has resumed. Details of other volunteer car schemes and handybus services in West Berkshire available from Volunteer Centre West Berkshire
A group providing transport to the Doctor, Dentist, Hospital, shops or to visit friends and relatives for those who struggle with public transport WBC Information about transport in West Berkshire Details of other volunteer car schemes in West Berkshire from Volunteer Centre West Berkshire
The Carebus scheduled personal bus service into Reading on Tuesdays and Newbury on Fridays both pick up in Theale on request. Wheelchair accessible with lift, and friendly volunteer driver will help with shopping bags and so on. Departs about 10am, returns at lunchtime. West Berks…
National registered charity which aims to help sufferers of phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and other related anxiety to overcome their fears and become ex-sufferers. If you would like more information please complete the enquiry form or phone/email.
Open cafe – drinks, cakes and a warm welcome for everyone.
Looking for friendship or company? Drop in and meet old friends and make new ones. A warm welcome awaits. Free Tea and coffee from 10.00am to 12 noon Coronavirus Update : Unfortunately we are not currently meeting.
Turn2us (part of Elizabeth Finn Care) is a charity that helps people in financial need to access welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help – online, by phone and face to face through partner organisations. The website can help you find financial support, quickly and…
WaveLength gives TVs and radios to isolated and lonely people living in poverty. Many live with disability or chronic illness that make it hard to leave their homes. M Check website to ensure the organisation are still taking applications.
Provide a range of services and support networks to help people who are homeless in Newbury and West Berkshire, turn their lives around. Offering a bed for the night is just the first step on the long road to helping somebody embark on a new…
DWP has launched a new website with clear content and easy to follow navigation, to help people understand what Universal Credit means for them. The site helps people find out what benefits they should be claiming, and provides more detail about how Universal Credit (UC)…
End of Life Disposal. Since the introduction of WEEE regulations it is now necessary to dispose of electrical/electronic items responsibly. Newbury Mobility Ltd offer a service whereby we will collect or dismantle any Stairlift that is no longer required and dispose of it in compliance…
Coronavirus update as at 5 May 2021 - the Cafe will resume as soon as guidance allows. Cafe St Stephens serves freshly brewed coffee, tea and home made cakes. It is open on Monday mornings (except bank holidays) 10 am to 12:30 pm alongside the…
Coronavirus update as at 5 May 2021 - the tea and chat group will resume as soon as guidance allows. All are welcome to enjoy tea and cake with friendly conversation, once a month in St Stephen’s church centre (every second Thursday except January). We…
Service offered to children and young adults with learning disabilities, young people with mental health difficulties, children and young people struggling with education, support for children who are looked after. Visit the website for further details.
You don’t need to be referred or book an appointment to use the Centre. The Centre can treat a range of minor injuries, such as allergic reactions, bruising, and sprains and strains. Just visit the unit between 10.00am and 6.30pm everyday. (Currently opening times are reduced)
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