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Find out about what is available There are a number of ways to be more physically active in our district. For more information on the list of activities available visit West Berkshire Council's Physical Activities webpage.
These are classes designed to help people either manage or recover from an existing condition, or to help those at risk of developing one. Classes are held at Leisure Centres in Berkshire Please ask your GP or Practice Nurse for a referral form and information.
Aerobility has worked extremely hard to make sure that everybody can fly, whatever their disability. Aircraft adaptations, hoisting techniques and other solutions to make sure flying is fully accessible. Not everyone can go on to hold a licence, but everyone can fly as long as…
Tea/coffee and cakes and a warm welcome for everyone. For further information and to book a place please ring the number listed below.
Held every Monday from 3.00pm
Newbury Corn Exchange offer a programme of activities for people over 55 at various venues. Activities and courses include: dance classes a choir a visual arts project an intergenerational poetry project between children and older people.
Activities in the Parish Hall - Ladies group, for details visit the website
An activity group for people with dementia, in a relaxed friendly environment. The opportunity to take part in a fun, structured activity. Activities can include art and craft groups, drama workshops, cognitive stimulation therapy (CST) groups, maintaining skills groups, bowling groups, skittles groups, walking groups,…
Winter indoor gardening activities once a month in a safe, enclosed private garden. Incorporates social time in a welcoming, supportive environment for people with Dementia and their carers.
The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. Dementia is caused when the brain is damaged by diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease or a series of strokes. Dementia is progressive, which means the…