Pensioners' Lunch Club for those who live alone and would like to meet some new friends. This is held on the 4th Tuesday of the month (except for July and August)
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At Meet Monday everyone is valued and supported, especially people with learning disabilities and autism. • Make friends• Have fun• Music• Drama• Christian worship• Share news• Prayer• Craft• Learn about God’s love New people are always welcome.
Parents'/Carers' group, with play opportunities, singing etc for under 5s. Talks, discussions and activities for parents/carers. Play for children, babies welcome, refreshments included. Singing time at end of session. Small informal group - come along to any meeting.
For further information contact Greg Smith.
Led by the people who use it who decide how their service is run and what activities they do. Some of the activities which members have taken part in include yoga, rugby, climbing, zumba, tennis, cooking, drama and crafts, as well as getting out and…
A friendly club open to anyone who is retired or not working, generally 50 years upwards. The club also have entertainment, speakers or an activity each month.
An active group of ladies who host an annual County Luncheon with other branches in Berkshire, an xmas party, summer garden party, afternoon tea and Conferences etc.
Come along and join in this social event (Affiliated to Age Concern Mortimer & Burghfield)
Free drop in For more information, please contact the library.
Drop in and bring any craft with you. For more information, please contact the library.
Open 10 - 11:30 in West Berkshire school term times. All parents and carers with babies or children up to school age welcome. We have a good variety of toys, run a craft activity every week, provide a healthy snack for the children and tea/coffee…
A wide variety of toys and activities are provided, with a baby area and space for older ones to be more mobile.There are also crafts, songs, a Bible story time and refreshments. It is a friendly time in a comfortable environment.A contribution of £1 is…
Runs every other Tuesday
Join this group for mutual support; it works because everyone has a similar humour & outlook and the social life enjoyed now is like the service days.
Free drop in sessions for adults. Contact the library for more information.
Free help with your family history. One-to-one practical advice from members of the Berkshire Family History Society. Book a slot in the library or drop in on the day.
A group for invited visually impaired readers. If you wish to join contact Newbury Library.
Is the resident youth theatre company of the Corn Exchange in Newbury. It aims to provide local young people aged 14 – 21 with the opportunity to develop their theatrical skills and explore the Arts in general.
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…
The Watermill Theatre Outreach department are delighted to announce three exciting online creative programmes, Onstage, Offstage and Backstage, giving participants of all ages the opportunity to develop skills with a range of industry professionals during a term of sessions. Onstage, Offstage and Backstage are suitable…