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.
Web: http://www.bridgewebs.com/bourneend

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.
Email: admin@ehcookham.org or manager@elizabethhousecookham.org
Web: http://www.elizabethhousecookham.org/

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!
Web: http://www.ladiescircle.co.uk/maidenhead

Maidenhead Probus Club
Club for retired Professional and Business men. We meet on the 2nd Thursday each month for lunch followed by a speaker.
Email: probus@timlodge.co.uk

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.
Web: www.maidenheadeuropeanfriendshipgroup.co.uk
Email: MWGEF1965@gmail.com

Merry-Go-Round
Meet and make new friends. Enjoy a wide range of activities. Locally established. Not-for-profit club run by members.
Web: http://www.m-g-r.org.uk/

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!
Email: muriel@pepler.net

New Windsor Community Association
We are a licenced premises. Other activities include martial arts, dancing, short tennis, table tennis and many other sporting events.
Email: nwca71@aol.com

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.
Email: abigail.hurrell@royavoluntaryservice.org.uk

The Scots' Society of St Andrew
To promote and celebrate Scottish customs and traditions including country dancing. Scot and non-scots all welcome.
Web: http://www.sloughscotssociety.co.uk/

St Peter's Thursday Club
We are a ladies club, meeting once a month. Speakers, social nights and outings raising money for local charities.
Email: dee_williams47@hotmail.com

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!
Email: katgamble81@gmail.com

Windsor Probus Club
Club for retired professional and business men, meeting every 3rd Thursday each month for conversation and lunch with a speaker.
Web: www.windsorprobusclub.org.uk
 

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