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A series of weekly drop in sessions designed to provide support for people living with dementia and their loved ones. Join the group each week to experience the relaxing power of nature through crafts and other activities and enjoy a piece of delicious homemade cake with a…
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
Do you live alone, bereaved or lonely? Then this is for you. CAMEO’s aim is to bring together people to chat to each other over a cuppa and cake and have fun. If you would like any more information, please contact the office on the number below,…
Come along and relax in a warm and welcoming environment, meet other family carers, share experiences and indulge in plenty of cake and hot drinks.
Our service is for elderly care service users and service users with dementia.  A wide range of activities to suit individual needs.  Games: bingo, dominoes, memory, memorabilia Karaoke Flower arranging Guide dog visits, Falconer Baking, Cupcake making Pamper day, hairdressers, nails Visits from the Museum Garden…
Chainreaction has been set up to provide disabled people with the opportunity to explore their own personal development. Participants are encouraged to explore their hopes, fears, experiences and aspirations for the future Chainreaction is an alternative to attendance at a conventional day centre. The Chainreaction model allows…
Ever Active is a programme that supports older adults who are seeking to improve their health and fitness and reduce feelings of loneliness and social isolation. All Ever Active sessions are low to moderate intensity and everyone is encouraged to take sessions at their own…
Fancy a change of scenery, want to meet new people, try a new hobby or just relax in friendly surroundings? Pop along to our drop-in sessions - for adults over 60 and over 50 for those with a disability or care and support needs, including…
Want to learn to play chess or improve chess techniques and tactics? New 10 week chess course for older adults starts in Pangbourne Library on 8th October. This course is designed and supports access by all adults over 50 including those living with the earlier stages of…
Join in on one of the regular CTNA Prayer Breakfast events on the second Saturday of the month.  Visit the website for dates and venues also information on debt advice along with contact details for Newbury Church leaders.
Visit the website for a full listing of activities and details of membership. Swimming pool and fitness studio also open to members.
Lively living clubs offer friendship, support and the chance to participate in various activities. Clubs can also provide respite for carers and relatives.    Information sourced from the Age UK Reading website.
Come along and meet new people and practice chatting in English. Everyone is welcome - free tea/coffee and cake.
Check out what's showing at the Corn Exchange for mums with babies through to adults.
Looking for friendship or company?  Need a break or to put your feet up with a newspaper? Play a game or chatter away. Warm, friendly welcome awaits you in this popular micro pub. Primarily for men who may be socially isolated. 
Would you like to try your hand at: Tapestry, knitting, embroidery, crochet Flower arranging Painting Jewellery making Making greeting cards Candle making Come along to this friendly, informal group.
Craft classes are act as both an interesting, therapeutic activity and a social occasion.   Social clubs also meet monthly throughout the County and provide a variety of entertainment and outings. ThatchamOld Barn CourtThursday 10 am – 12 pm Please contact the Reading office in the…
The Crafty Space provides time, space, tea, coffee and some company You bring along those craft projects you’ve always meant to do: Scrap booking Card making Jewellery making Sewing Cross stitch, etc.... Come along and join in the fun!
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