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We welcome ALL young people from 6 to 14 years, regardless of gender, ability, shape, size, colour or creed who are interested in fun, learning, adventure and most importantly Scouting! Beavers are ages 6-8yrs attending from 6:00pm-7:15pm on Monday and Wednesday evenings Cubs are ages 8-10.5…
2nd Newbury Scout Group currently has three thriving sections, and has been providing Scouting to young people in Newbury since 1930. Beavers - 6-8 years Cubs - 8-10.5 years Scouts - 10.5-14 years
First and foremost we are a dedicated team of outdoor practitioners that enjoy the adventure and challenge of the outdoors. We enjoy sharing our passion and helping people of all ages develop by encouraging participants to enjoy discovering and learning new skills in the outdoor environment. …

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ACO stands for Activity, Community and Opportunity. We are a Volleyball club for people with a disability who would like to play at a gentler pace than usual. The group is supported by Newbury Volleyball Club. Learn all the ball skills needed, and play a…
Activity Team West Berkshire is striving to make activities as accessible to people with disabilities as possible and level the playing field. We work in partnership with Berkshire Blind Society, Equal Adventure, Newbury College, Brookfields School, Castle School and Get Berkshire Active to provide funded…
Weekly drama group for young people with autism spectrum conditions. All of our youth theatre activities at the Watermill are autism-friendly. Ad Lib is especially for young people aged 9-16 who have autism spectrum conditions, their siblings, their friends and their friends to be. Whether…
Follow Alice and the White Rabbit as they set off on a colourful, topsy-turvy adventure like no other and meet a host of outlandish characters including the troublesome twins, Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee, the notorious Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire cat and of course,…
We are a martial arts club ran by Sensei Martin Thompson black belt 6th Dan and Sensei Martin Ridley 3rd Dan. We specialise in Aiki-JuJitsu based in Bracknell. We are part of The British Combat Association. We teach martial art to a range of people of…

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The Ark is a person centred support service for people with learning disabilities or on the autistic spectrum to access day opportunities.   We provide the alternative to traditional day service provision. Our service focuses on those who are preparing for independent living. The Ark…

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Arlington Arts is a first class arts and conference facility set in a beautiful location within rural West Berkshire. All profits from the centre go to Mary Hare, the national charity for young deaf people. Check out their website for what's on.
A 'User Led' independent and voluntary group that offers free support and advice to individuals on the autistic spectrum, their parents, carers and professionals within Wokingham and West Berkshire Boroughs, Berkshire UK. We aim to help improve services for children and adults with ASD, their…

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Popular tours up Ashdown House's staircase to the roof take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 1 April 2015. In the meantime, why not enjoy a stroll in the woodlands. They're open every day except Fridays from dawn to dusk. Free parking 200 metres from house Toilet…
The club is for children aged 8 to 15 years with an autism spectrum condition and meets at Woolhampton, in West Berkshire and is co-ordinated by Lisa Greetham, who is an experienced early years professional. Due to the club’s popularity, we operate a waiting list for places…
Autism Berkshire runs free trampolining sessions for autistic children and young people aged five to 17 at two venues in Reading and in Bracknell. Classes are usually fully subscribed, but we operate a waiting list and will offer places to children when they become available.…
Our club is aimed at young people aged 11-25 on the autism spectrum and typically of mainstream ability, we welcome beginners and talented artists. The young people who attend shape the programme of different art media and crafts activities that we  offer. Each session has…

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This is a social group for young people on the autism sectrum based around gaming on popular consoles such as the PS4, Wii U or XBox. The games and activities are led by the young people's interests. All our games will be multi-player to encourage friendship…

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