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Our Hangout session is for those aged 16-25 living with moderate learning disabilities. It offers workshops, cooking, independence and life-skills. Young people engage in the programme by building relationships and taking ownership of the centre. It is an opportunity for young people to attend a safe,…

View original source on the Bracknell Forest Local Directory

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
2Wild is located on the Chiltern Hills near Pangbourne, adjacent to the Thames, just 7 miles from Reading.We are a team of enthusiastic professionals who enjoy seeing people of all ages develop and have fun in the outdoors. Our field, forest, and mooring sites are…

View original source on the Oxfordshire Family Information Directory

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…
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…
All Abilities Martial Art specialise in Aiki-JuJitsu for Self Defence we are based in Bracknell and a proud member of The British Combat Association. we Teach Martial Art (Self Defence) to a wide range of people from 5 to 72 years old able bodied and…

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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…

View original source on the Wokingham Borough Council's services directory website

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.
Achieve your Discover Arts Award in a day. The theme of the day is ‘Out of this World’ so be prepared for the weird and the wonderful! Start your journey at the Corn Exchange with a fun introductory drama workshop and then move to the…
We are a 'User Led' independent and voluntary group that offers support, advice and activities for individuals on the autistic spectrum and/or other learning disabilities, their parents, carers or professionals within Wokingham & West Berkshire. We have family liaison workers who can offer free advice, support…

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SEN Relaxed Soft Play Session:   We have hired Wonderland Soft Play in Newbury from 6 - 7pm for an hours EXCLUSIVE relaxed session.   Full use of all of the soft play venue, including small sensory area, party room with low volume music and…
Our guided staircase tours on Saturday and Wednesday afternoons run from April to October 2019. The woodland is open all year, and it's a great place for a stroll. Go quietly and you may spot the herds of deer as they forage for food.In the…
Autism Berkshire was set up in 1990 by parents of children with autism, autism-related problems and challenging behaviours. We now have more than 600 members, including individuals, families and professionals. The main aims of the charity are to provide a comprehensive advice and information service for…
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.…
Autism Friendly Screenings at over 250 cinemas in partnership with Cineworld, ODEON, Showcase and Vue cinemas. Every month, each participating cinema shows a different film from a selection of new releases and classics including Pixar animations, Disney adventures and many more films suitable for all age ranges. What makes…
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