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Gateway is the leisure arm of West Berkshire Mencap.  Gateway clubs help people with a learning disability take part in leisure, social and creative activities in the community, and provide opportunities for personal development.   Gateway Club in West Berkshire meets weekly at the Mencap…
Meet and make friends at Noah's Ark, a warm and caring environment where children, from tiny tots to preschoolers, can enjoy craft, play, worship/story-time and music. We meet each Friday morning during term time at 10 am in St James the Less, Pangbourne. Our wonderful team…
Play with your children in a stimulating and fun environment. Please go to https://booking.westberks.gov.uk/family_hubs_events.html to book on to this event.
Friendly toddler group run by volunteers who are all DBS checked and have training in child welfare/safety.  A good variety of toys and equipment and sessions ends with songtime. Drink and rich tea biscuit provided.
A place for children with special needs and their families to play together.  We offer a range of fun and exciting activites including: Purpose built, accessible soft play area Sensory room Art and craft activities Cooking Sibling support Outside play area We also hold parent…
An event with Information pop up stalls focussing on Health, Advocacy, Senior Citizens, Building Communities Together, Volunteers and more. Schedule thus far: Monday – Adult Social Care, Steady Steps, Eight Bells for Mental Health, Open for Hope, Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub, Home Birth Team,…
West Berkshire Museum is housed in two of Newbury’s best loved historic buildings - the 17th century Cloth Hall and the old Granary/Corn Stores in the Wharf. Lives and LandscapesOur permanent exhibition tells the story of West Berkshire, from the rocks under our feet to the…
Visit one of our indoor softplay centres where children will have the chance to play, explore and learn. Created by a Mum & Dad, we were the first of our kind and there is loads to do... •Pop in for a play with your child…
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