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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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Special Needs screenings at Vue Cinema Newbury Films are screened on the last Sunday every month at 10am. Autism friendly films are special screenings of children's films, where subtle changes to the traditional cinema environment have been made, namely – Lights are left on low…
Contact via On-line form through Website. Opening Times: Low Season 11th February - 28th March & 1st October - 5th November 10am until 5pm, last admissions 4pm High Season 29th March - 30th September 10am until 6pm, last admissions 5pm
Every Saturday BTC run two, one hour trampolining sessions for children and adults with special needs. The needs/requirements of each individual may vary greatly but we do try to accommodate everyone. To discuss individual needs or to arrange a trial session, please contact via e mail or telephone 01344…

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Are you, or is someone you know, providing much-needed unpaid care for a loved one? Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub Service is a confidential support service available for carers of all ages, The Carers Hub can offer: Information, Advice and Guidance Signposting to specialist…
Enjoy a Heritage train ride on our rural branchline that was first opened in 1866. Our line runs through the beautiful countryside of South Oxfordshire and links the historic riverside town of Wallingford with GWR trains at Cholsey. Travel on our 1950s coaches, hauled by one of…

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What we do Dinton Activity Centre aims to give residents within Wokingham Borough and neighbouring areas the opportunity to enjoy the countryside. We offer a variety of water and land based activities, from sailing to bushcraft, paddlesport to pond dipping. We cater for a range…

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Visit one of our indoor softplay centres where children will have the chance to play, explore and learn. Created by a Mum & Dad, we were the first of our kind and there is loads to do... •Pop in for a play with your child…
Disability specific days are no longer available but children and young people can still access the mainstream holiday club days; bookings should be made directly with John Nike, tele 01344 789000.  If additional support is required, this can be provided via the Short Break Service, 01344…

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Exploration and education go hand in hand with an unforgettable, fun day out at The Look Out with 90 hands-on exciting science and nature exhibits. Inclusive play area Our fully inclusive play area includes a wheelchair accessible roundabout, slide, and a cradle swing. Infant play…

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Please view the website for details of Nature Reserves in the area, including Greenham and Crookham Common, Snelsmore Park,
Adventure, inspiration and learning - Path Hill Outdoors                    Path Hill Outdoors offers exciting, innovative experiences for young people; focusing on learning in the outdoors We work with young people who find mainstream education challenging and need a different approach to re-engage in learning. We also…

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Peapods is a parent-led charity providing support to families with physically disabled children across Berkshire. This monthly club meets on the second Saturday of each month at 10:30 and gives physically disabled children and their families a chance to get together and have fun. Each month…

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Join us for a walk today, just turn up and join in! All you need is a comfortable pair of shoes! West Berkshire has fifteen regular led health walks for people of all abilities, especially those who are inactive or do little physical activity. Our walks are…
The Watermill Theatre welcome you to Accessible Performances, especially designed for guests with additional needs and their companions. Guests with additional needs are always welcome at The Watermill, to any performance, and if there is anything staff can do to make your visit more enjoyable, please get in…
The museum is now fully opened following refurbishment. Please click here to find out what's on. Activities and resources for teachers, parents and learners Museum Collections Volunteering at the Museum
Wokingham Waterside Centre is fully wheel chair accessible. Our qualified instructors are available to provide opportunities for children and adults with additional needs and there is specialist equipment available including hoists. Throughout summer, every Saturday there is an additional needs group using katakanus but other boats…

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