Social clubs

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Bourne End Bridge Club
Duplicate bridge for experienced players in a relaxed, friendly, but competitive environment on Thursday evenings.

Elizabeth House
Club for over 60's living in Cookham and surrounding areas. Range of activities and a cooked meal daily. Open Monday-Friday 10am-3.30pm.
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Liaisons Social Club
The Club exists to provide a social life for single people over 50. The club provides social get-togethers throughout the week and an organised walk or amble on a Sunday, sometimes followed by a lunch and/or meeting with non-walking members. The programme of future events is posted to each member every month with a full and varied list of activities. Details of how to join can be found on the website.

Maidenhead Ladies Circle
For ladies between the ages of 18-45 who want to make new friends and have lots of fun along the way!

Maidenhead Probus Club
Club for retired or semi-retired professionals meeting once a month for lunch and a talk. Meeting for lunch on the first Thursday of each month at The Bull At Bisham SL7 1RR (12:00 for 12:30). Please contact Jon at the given email address in the first instance for more information.

Maidenhead Women's Group for European Friendship
We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month September-June, 2.30pm - 4.30pm at the United Reform Church, West Street, Maidenhead.

Meet and make new friends. Enjoy a wide range of activities. Locally established. Not-for-profit club run by members.
Tel: 07462 987671

National Women's Register Burnham and Taplow Branch
Begun for 'lively minded women' we continue to have discussions, quizzes, book readings, outings, and often include food!

New Windsor Community Association
We are a licenced premises. Other activities include martial arts, dancing, short tennis, table tennis and many other sporting events.

Probus Club of Bourne End and Cookham
Club for retired Professional and Business men. We meet 3rd Wednesday each month for lunch followed by speaker/presentation.
Tel: 01628 626047

Royal Voluntary Service
Our York Centre runs a number of activities aimed at the over 50s. We dance, knit, and even learn Tai Chi.

The Scots' Society of St Andrew
To promote and celebrate Scottish customs and traditions including country dancing. Scot and non-scots all welcome.

St Peter's Thursday Club
We are a ladies club, meeting once a month. Speakers, social nights and outings raising money for local charities.

Windlesham Book Club
Windlesham Book Club is a friendly group of women that meet on the first Monday of every month,7.30pm at The Half Moon Pub in Windlesham. We read a great variety of books but mainly just enjoy getting together for a chat and a drink!

Windsor Probus Club
Club for retired professional and business men, meeting every 3rd Thursday each month for conversation and lunch with a speaker.

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