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Alzheimer's Society - Berkshire Activities Newsletter
Activities sponsored by the Alzheimer's Society for anyone in Berkshire with dementia and their carers and/or for anyone who is in contact with someone with dementia through work. The activities are all free.
If you have any queries, please contact us.
Tel: 0118 959 6482
Email: berkshire@alzheimers.org.uk

Ascot Ladies Group
Monthly meetings in North Ascot Community Centre. Last Wednesday in month at 8pm. Variety of speakers, demonstrations, social events.
Tel: 01344 882775

Berkshire Autistic Society
Supports anyone affected by Autism. Sport, leisure and social groups, benefits advice, support groups, speaker evenings.
Tel: 0118 9594 594
Web: http://www.autismberkshire.org.uk/

Burchetts Green and Hurley WI
Women's social and educational group having monthly friendly meetings on various topics and regular outings to theatre and local events.
Emailmorrisirm@aol.com

Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)
CPRE fights to protect and enhance the beautiful Berkshire countryside for everyone to value and enjoy and inspire future generations.
Webhttp://www.cpreberkshire.org.uk/

Cookham Dean Women's Institute
Meetings are held on second Thursday of the month at 2.30pm (2pm winter) in Cookham Dean WI Hall.
Emailtheresal@waitrose.com

Cookham Women's Institute
Monthly afternoon meetings with speakers, friendly company and occasional outings.
Tel: 01628 523031

Cox Green Townswomens Guild
Part of National organisation of Townswomen. Meeting with speaker third thursday of month. Other activities include rambling, crafts, scrabble, cards.
Tel: 01628 822832

Eton Wick Village Association
Representing the residents of Eton Wick, aims to improve Eton Wick as a place to live, work & visit.
Emailewva_committee@outlook.com
Tel: 07586 997346
Web: www.ewva.org.uk

Foodshare
We give food to people who can’t provide for their families. Donate items at drop-off points or collect food parcels.
Web: http://www.foodshare.today/

Littlewick Green Show Society
Provides annual country type family show, Horticulture handcraft, dogs, horses, vintage cars.
Webhttp://www.littlewickshow.co.uk/

Maidenhead Bridge Rotary Club
A club for people who want to get involved in local and international community projects and have fun doing it
Web: www.maidenheadbridgerotary.org.uk

Maidenhead Centre for the Handicapped - Highview
Highview Centre. The house of Maidenhead Mencap. Princess Royal Trust Carers Service. Maidenhead Voluntary Car Service. Alzhemiers. Highview Toy Library.
Emailvalerie@vbosley.plus.com

Maidenhead Mencap
Giving support and social activities to those with learning disabilities, their families and carers in Maidenhead and District.
Webhttp://www.mencapmaidenhead.co.uk/

Maidenhead U3A
A fast-growing self-help study group for mature people seeking the learning experience in their "third age".
Webhttp://www.maidenheadu3a.org.uk/

Maidenhead Women's Institute
We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month, 7.30-9.30 at St.Luke's Church Hall, Norfolk Road, Maidenhead, Sl6 7AX
Emailmaidenheadwisl6@gmail.com

Middle Thames Archaelogical Historia Society
We provide talks on Local and General Historical interest and day coach trips.
Emailjamewall45@tiscali.co.uk

Middle Thames Ramblers
Our group was formed 60 years ago. Walks vary between 7 to 12 miles every two weeks.
Webhttp://www.middlethamesramblers.org.uk/

MonkeyIslandLane.org
For the residents, businesses and visitors of beautiful and historic Monkey Island Lane in Bray-on-Thames, Berkshire.
Web: http://monkeyislandlane.weebly.com/

RE-Focus
Wellbeing group for adults. Drop in Session, every Wednesday, 10am – 2pm at High St, Methodist Church, Maidenhead SL6 1DR, Upson Room (upstairs), free light lunch provided.
Tel: 01628 630000
Web: http://rechargerandr.org.uk/

Royal Voluntary Service
Our York Centre runs a number of activities aimed at the over 50s. We dance, knit, and even learn Tai Chi.
Email: abigail.hurrell@royavoluntaryservice.org.uk

Slough Community Transport & Shopmobility
Slough Community Transport are offering Midas and PATS training for your organisation. For costing and further information contact Jane Riley.
Emailjane-scts@live.co.uk

Soroptimist International of Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead
Local branch of a worldwide service organisation working to transform the lives of women and girls through education and leadership
Webhttp://sigbi.org/slough-windsor-and-maidenhead/

Sunningdale Womens' Institute
Meets 2nd Wednesday in month, 10.30am. W.I Hall, Recreation Ground, Broomhall Lane, Sunningdale. Has disabled access.
Tel: 01344 621033

Windsor and Dedworth Manor Townswomen's Guild
 A branch of the national TG organisation, our aim is providing leisure and education and friendship
opportunities for all women.Townswomen's Guild meet at Spencer Denney Centre, Windsor, first Thursday of the month, 7.45pm. .
Emailpennyap65@gmail.com

Windsor and Eton Society
We try to maintain and enhance our two towns and preserve their unique historic character, and organise talks and outings.
Webhttp://www.wesoc.org.uk/

Windsor and Maidenhead Artists' Co-operative
Professional visual artists, working together to develop art and exhibition opportunities. We started and we run the Windsor Street Gallery.
Email:wamaco@yahoo.co.uk

Windsor Festival Community Groups
Celebrating music, literature and the arts, each March and September exciting series of events are staged in Windsor's finest venues.
Webhttp://www.windsorfestival.com/

Windsor Theatre Describers Association
For Visually Impaired groups and individuals, we provide an audio description of certain performances at the Theatre Royal, Windsor.
Webhttp://www.windsortheatredescribers.org.uk/

Windsor and Slough Chrysanthemum, Fuchsia and Pelargonium Society
Gardening Society wth five shows a year. New members very welcome. Meet at Gardeners' Hall Windsor. SL4 3DR

Libraries : Contact details

For further information, please contact us by:

Maidenhead Library - Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
St Ives Road
Maidenhead SL6 1QU
Telephone: 01628 796969