The Yume Project
Providing Day Activities for Learning Disabled Adults and Transition Students (aged 16+). Sessions are held in various Community Venues around West Berkshire. Activities covered are Computer Skills, Art, Craft, Bowling, Cooking, Music, Yoga, Communication Games (including Makaton) and sometimes Swimming, Shopping or Days Out to Interesting Places in the countryside or near the sea.
The Yume Project – Activities
To give you more information regarding our different daily activities, please see below our usual timetable and the venues that we hold them in.
Monday (AM) - Computers or Community Access Group
Monday (PM) - Computers or Bowling
(Based at Thatcham Memorial Hall- RG183AG)
Tuesday (AM) - Craft or Community Access Group
Tuesday (PM) - Craft, Communication
games or Community Access Group
(Based at Brimpton Village Hall, Brimpton - RG74ST)
Wednesday (All day) - Swimming (Term time) or Day trips
(Swimming takes place at Didcot Wave and
Day trips are various locations). Assemble point is Chilton Garden Centre.
Thursday (AM) - Cooking or Craft
Thursday (PM) - Gentle Walking Group or Communication games followed by Yoga
exercises for all.
(Based at Brimpton Village Hall, Brimpton). RG74ST
Friday (AM) - Cooking or Art or Photography
Friday (PM) – Music, Percussion and Singing
(Based at St Nicolas Church Hall, Newbury) RG14 5HG
Please note - our Community Access Groups include swimming,
bowling, golf, shopping, library, walks, feed the ducks etc.
Alongside all of these activities, we are able to offer individuals
the opportunity to use a laptop or iPad to work independently.
Who to contact
- 01635 798507 01635 798507
- The Yume Project
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Where to go
- Unit F1
- RG7 4LH
Directions to RG7 4LH
This is the main office of the company. Other venues used are Memorial Hall in Thatcham,St. Nicolas Hall in Newbury, Brimpton Village Hall, and for Swimming- Didcot Wave in Didcot.
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Monday to Friday, morning 0930-1200, afternon 1300-1530
- Session Information
sessions can be am
pm or all day (a packed lunch required for 1200-1300)
- Referral required
- Referral Details
We request a referral to enable us to tailor the services and sessions to the service user. A try-out session is also recommended as we like to ensure that the service user is happy to attend their chosen sessions. More information will be given as part of the initial communication with the service user or representative.
- Other notes
We endeavour to match a person with an activity (or activities) and to encourage their skills in any way, whether through an activity or with general life skills. Everyone is given a chance to try out something with us before we all consider the possibilites of further sessions.
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