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- Social Group for people over 50 years of age to meet and socialise in the Lower Earley district. Also offer weekly keep fit sessions.RG6 7JN
- Fornightly; 2nd and last Sunday of the monthA relaxed space where men can come and discuss issues concerning them, their family or community. Build friendships and community links Discuss topical issues affecting men including health and wellbeing Receive encouragement and support from other men Refreshments provided. Contact us at ACRE for more…Middle Building344 Oxford RoadReadingRG30 1AF
- Coffee morning every Thursday at 10 amHelp offered to senior citizens in our area. Affiliation: Age Concern Berkshire.(coffee mornings)West End RoadMortimerREADINGBerkshireRG7 3TB
- Our aim is to assist elderly residents in the area to maintain their independence and quality of life. The Twyford Centre is open five days a week and services include: full day care facilities with home-cooked midday meals and entertainment, art and craft clubs, quizzes,…The Twyford CentrePolehampton CloseTwyfordRG10 9RP
- Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:30pm.Age UK Berkshire information and advice telephone and email service is available 9am-4:30pm Monday to Friday with out of hours calls being picked up by the national call centre Last updated: 23/09/2021 Age UK berkshire is the the leading organisation providing servcies, support and information…119 London StreetREADINGBerkshireRG1 4QA
- The Age-friendly places guide is a tool to support local dialogue in communities about the importance of age-friendly places and gives suggestions for how we can make our communities a great place to grow older. Age-friendly places are communities where age is not a barrier…119 London StreetREADINGBerkshireRG1 4QA
- Tea, coffee and informal socialising for Over 50s The Pop In is held on Mondays excluding Bank Holidays Some weeks we will have external speakers, crafts and entertainment No need to book for the Monday Pop In, just turn up!Carey StreetReadingRG1 7JS
- VariousJoin our STAR Clubs for a warm and chattingenvironment. - Stimulating activities focusing on the individual's wellbeing.- Therapeutic approach to the delivery of each session.- Active games that support social interaction.- Respite for families and carers. £13 per session. Please call us to register.Transport may…
- The dance school's aim is to provide a happy environment where children can enjoy individual tuition in small, friendly classes. The teachers are all highly qualified and very experienced and work to give pupils confidence, musicality and poise in a supple body. There are oppportunities…Venues in WoodleyWokinghamBracknell.RG
- For details of Registered Tree Consultants (for advice on issues such as the health and/or safety of a tree) and Approved Tree Contractors (for services such as pruning or removing trees).
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