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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…
Bucklebury Toddler group is for pre-school children with toys suitable for babies to 5 years to use in free play and craft activities. There are special activities at Christmas i.e a party or puppet show. Tea, coffee, squash and healthy snacks are provided. £1.50 first…
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…
Ladybugs playgroup is a long established volunteer-led toddler group in the Hungerford area.  Welcoming ages from 0 to 5 on a Friday morning at the Hungerford Youth and Community centre, we offer a wide variety of activities for all ages including a slide, a trampoline,…
Adult day activity service led by the people who use it who decide how their service is run and what activities they do.  Some of the activities which members have taken part in include yoga, rugby, climbing, zumba, tennis, cooking, drama and crafts, as well as…
Meet and make friends at Noah's Ark, a warm and caring environment where children, from tiny tots to preschoolers, can enjoy craft, play, worship/story-time and music.    We meet each Friday morning during term time at 10 am in St James the Less, Pangbourne.  Our wonderful team…
Friendly toddler group run by volunteers who are all DBS checked and have training in child welfare/safety.  A good variety of toys and equipment and sessions ends with songtime. Drink and rich tea biscuit provided.
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