Leisure and Social Activities

There are many charities, voluntary organisations and clubs that organise leisure and social activities in the area, which are targeted at specific groups of people within the community (e.g. the elderly or people with disabilities).

Use the following list of contacts and become involved in a leisure or social activity that suits you.

  • Advantage Card - available free of charge to Borough Residents or at a fee to non-residents. The advantage card will give you discounts on a variety of social and leisure activities as well as some shops and services.
  • Leisure Centres - follow the link for the list of the Borough's sports and leisure centres. There are discounts for OAPs and people with disabilities.
  • SMILE - the Borough's SMILE programme is an exercise and activity club for you if you're over 50, 60, 70 or 80. A wide range of activities aimed to improve and maintain mobility and stability.
  • The Sensory Zone at Magnet Leisure Centre, Maidenhead is designed primarily for people with Learning Disabilities and the room can be used for therapy, relaxation, stimulation, learning, leisure and pleasure.
  • The Swimmobility scheme allows disabled residents and their helpers to swim for free.
  • SportsAble
  • South Bucks Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA). Email info@southbucksrda.org.
  • Thames Valley Adventure Playground - Bath Road, Taplow. Tel. 01628 628599 Email: theplayground@tvap.co.uk. Stimulation, fun and friendship for people with special needs - including people with a physical or sensory disability, learning difficulty, behavioural or emotional problem.
  • Maidenhead and District Talking Newspaper Association. Bringing the Maidenhead Advertiser to the visually impaired. Tel. 01628 635385. Email info@maidenheadtn.org.uk
  • Maidenhead PHAB. Encouraging people with and without a disability to come together on equal terms. Tuesday 8.00 -10.30pm Tel. 01628 637413
  • Your Level Best - A website containing details of wheelchair accessible pubs, restaurants and snackbars.
  • Age Concern Windsor offers a variety of support for the elderly including a day centre.

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Modified: 2014-02-13
Published: Mon, 13 Oct 2014 13:03:16
Author: Allison Helyer
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