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  1. A group of organisations and Armed Forces charities that is often a first point of contact for veterans seeking support. They put veterans and their families in touch with the organisations best placed to help with the information, advice and support they need – from healthcare…
  2. Victims First was launched in June 2018 and provides free emotional and therapeutic support to victims of crime across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. The service enables a one front door approach for all victims, witnesses and family members of victims to access support following a…
  3. Every Wednesday, 12.00 - 3.00pm
    A weekly group that meet with their peer group and friends that is set up to equip people with a learning disability with social and life skills promoting social inclusion, equality and understanding between those with a learning disability and the public. Our aim is…
    The Slater Centre, Unit EHambridge Rd. Ind. EstNewburyBerkshireRG14 5SS
  4. The West Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum is a voluntary group of residents working with partner agencies (most notably Thames Valley Police and reading Borough Council) that aims to act as a locally based problem solving group on community Safety and crime
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  5. First Thursday of the month.
    The Willows Support Group is made up of a group of people in the Reading area, whom have all lost babies at various stages. We hold a peer to peer monthly group meeting to enable parents to share their experiences with other parents whom have…
    Beansheaf Community CentreCharrington RoadCalcotReadingRG31 7AW
  6. The Women’s Rose Circle is an initiative begun by ACRE in May 2023 to provide a warm, welcoming space for adult women to spend time together. We run a gentle exercise/meditation session followed by tea, coffee and an opportunity to share experiences in a supportive,…
  7. If you do, you may find it useful to recruit a Personal Assistant to help you get out and about or to help you get involved in the activities you’d like to do. Fo further information and to find out how to recruit a Personal…
  8. Who are we? Younger People with Dementia (Berkshire) CIO was set up in 2012 to fill a gap in provision for those with young onset dementia and their family and carers.  Our aim was to provide meaningful respite that worked with current provision over the…
    Indigo HouseFirst Floor, Mulberry Business Park, Fishponds RoadWokinghamBerkshireRG41 2GY

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