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Feb
22
Fri
2019
9:00 am Dance Fusion Half Term Dance Wor... @ Eddie Catz
Dance Fusion Half Term Dance Wor... @ Eddie Catz
Feb 22 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Dance Fusion Half Term Dance Workshop @ Eddie Catz | England | United Kingdom
For 3‐12yrs (drop off) We will be running an exciting workshop this term, at Eddie Catz Newbury. STREET DANCE, CHEER‐LEADING AND STUNTS MASTER CLASS The workshops include a variety of dance, singing, drama and crafts offering a little something for all ages and abilities! Bookings £40 per Child ‐ includes hot lunch and snack Book via dancefusionnewbury@gmail.com
10:00 am Book and DVD Sale @ Burghfield L... @ Burghfield Library
Book and DVD Sale @ Burghfield L... @ Burghfield Library
Feb 22 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Book and DVD Sale @ Burghfield Library @ Burghfield Library | Burghfield Common | England | United Kingdom
Book and DVD sale  Monday 18 – Saturday 23 February at Burghfield Library, nothing more than £1. For more information, please contact the library. Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/ http://info.westberks.gov.uk/35189
10:00 am French Twinning Exhibition @ Hun... @ Hungerford Library
French Twinning Exhibition @ Hun... @ Hungerford Library
Feb 22 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
French Twinning Exhibition @ Hungerford Library @ Hungerford Library | England | United Kingdom
On Friday 22 and Saturday 23 February, there is a display memorabilia of the many twinning visits between Hungerford and Ligueil, at Hungerford Hub (library). The exhibition will be in the small room to the[...]
10:00 am Indoor Bounce & Inflatables for ... @ Swindon MECA
Indoor Bounce & Inflatables for ... @ Swindon MECA
Feb 22 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Indoor Bounce & Inflatables for Halfterm @ Swindon MECA | England | United Kingdom
Monday 18th – Friday 22nd February 2019 10am – 4pm (Daily) UNLIMITED PLAY Bouncy Castles (up to 10yrs) Inflatable Obstacle Course (up to 10yrs) Toddler Soft Play (0-4yrs) 0-6 Months – Free Under 4’s –[...]
2:00 pm Carnival fun @ Thatcham Library @ Thatcham Library
Carnival fun @ Thatcham Library @ Thatcham Library
Feb 22 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Carnival fun @ Thatcham Library @ Thatcham Library | England | United Kingdom
Carnival fun! (For 5-11 years) Join us for stories and mask making – Refreshments provided. Friday 22 February at Thatcham Library. This is a FREE event – For more information, please contact the library: Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries[...]
2:00 pm English Conversation Group @ Lam... @ Lambourn Library
English Conversation Group @ Lam... @ Lambourn Library
Feb 22 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
English Conversation Group @ Lambourn Library @ Lambourn Library | Lambourn | England | United Kingdom
English Conversation Group For non-English speakers – Every Friday, 2.00-3.00pm at Lambourn Library. For more information, please contact the library. Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/ http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30283
2:00 pm Fraud Scene Investigators @ Hung... @ Hungerford Library
Fraud Scene Investigators @ Hung... @ Hungerford Library
Feb 22 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Fraud Scene Investigators @ Hungerford Library @ Hungerford Library | England | United Kingdom
Fraud Scene Investigators For 8-12 years Try something different this half term! Examine the clues and evidence to help solve a fraud. Friday 22 February, 2.00-3.30pm at Hungerford Library. This is a FREE event but booking[...]
2:15 pm Craft and Colouring Club @ Theal... @ Theale Library
Craft and Colouring Club @ Theal... @ Theale Library
Feb 22 @ 2:15 pm – 3:30 pm
Craft and Colouring Club @ Theale Library @ Theale Library | Theale | England | United Kingdom
Craft and Colouring Club (for adults) Fridays, 2.15-3.30pm at Theale Library (Starts 7th September) Bring along your craft project to work on or your felt pens and enjoy a char while you’re being creative. We[...]
2:30 pm Art Group @ Thatcham Library @ Thatcham library
Art Group @ Thatcham Library @ Thatcham library
Feb 22 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Art Group @ Thatcham Library @ Thatcham library | England | United Kingdom
Art Group Every Friday, 2.30-4.30pm at Thatcham Library Bring your paints, pastels or pencils. For more information, please contact the library. Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/ http://info.westberks.gov.uk/article/30286
3:30 pm Halt term fun! @ Hungerford Library
Halt term fun! @ Hungerford Library
Feb 22 @ 3:30 pm – 4:45 pm
Halt term fun! @ Hungerford Library | England | United Kingdom
Half-term fun! Stories and crafts for 7-12 years with refreshments provided. Friday 22 February, 3.30-4.45pm at Hungerford Library This is a FREE event, for more information, please contact the library. Twitter: https://twitter.com/WBerksLibraries Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newburylibrary/ http://info.westberks.gov.uk/35190

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Feb
26
Tue
2019
Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church Hall
Feb 26 @ 2:30 pm
Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church Hall | England | United Kingdom

Guest Speaker: Alison Saunders, “Journey”

All welcome for Fellowship, interesting speakers & a cup of tea.

To reach the Church Hall, go through the alleyway between the Church and the shop, follow the path through the garden.

Please let us know if you need transport to be able to attend.

Feb
27
Wed
2019
Autism Berkshire NAS Autism Seminar – Meeting Sensory Needs @ Thatcham Baptist Church
Feb 27 @ 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

Autism Berkshire - Workshop Article Image

Autism Berkshire is pleased to present this National Autistic Society Family Seminar on Meeting Sensory Needs.

This course is suitable for parents and carers of children and young people with autism spectrum conditions, or whose children are on the waiting list for a Berkshire CAMHS autism assessment.

It looks at sensory systems and how they work, how autistic people may process sensory information differently and have different sensory experiences, and strategies to help with sensory needs.

There will also be seminars at the same venue about Understanding Autism on Wednesday, January 30, and Managing Anger on Wednesday, March 27. Tickets for these must be booked separately.

Refreshments are provided, however you must bring your own packed lunch.

  • For this series of three seminars we are using a new venue, which is a short walk from Thatcham railway station, to make it easier for people without access to a car to attend. The station is served by GWR local trains on the route between Bedwyn, Hungerford, Newbury, Theale and Reading.
Mar
1
Fri
2019
Come, everything is ready! World Day of Prayer 2019 @ St Lawrence's Church
Mar 1 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Come, everything is ready! World Day of Prayer 2019 @ St Lawrence's Church | England | United Kingdom

The World Day of Prayer is celebrated around the world on the first Friday in March. Each year focusses on a different country, and this year it’s the turn of Slovenia, with the theme “Come – everything is ready!”

The women of Slovenia who prepared the service encourage us to reflect on the barriers they have faced since the end of the Second World War when their country was part of Yugoslavia, a Marxist socialist republic. They share the challenges they have met and the hopes they have for the future.

World Day of Prayer is a global, ecumenical, women-led movement. It starts in Samoa, then travels around the world via 120 participating countries before the day draws to a close in American Samoa some 38 hours later. The same order of service is used in translation all around the world.

Come – everything is ready! And everyone is welcome.

Mar
2
Sat
2019
Coffee and Cake @ Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
Mar 2 @ 10:00 am – 11:45 am
Coffee and Cake @ Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church | England | United Kingdom

Coffee and Cake session at the church to which all are welcome. We started this in 2016 and it has become very popular with a core group of about 25 to 30 people but we really want to encourage people to come for “Cake, a Cuppa and a Chat” in our lovely building.

Sounds of Wales Charity Performance @ St Nicholas Church
Mar 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Coming  to Newbury for the first time, the Welsh Male Voice Choir will be performing at St Nicolas Church. This is a charity event hosted by Newbury Rotary and the proceeds will be divided between the West Berkshire Therapy Centre and Rotary charities.

About Côr Meibion De Cymru: The South Wales Male Choir

The only Welsh Male Choir to be honoured with the patronage by HRH The Prince of Wales. The choir has performed before HM The Queen and members of the Royal Family, the Dali Lama and Nelson Mandela.

Click here to book

Mar
5
Tue
2019
Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church Hall
Mar 5 @ 2:30 pm
Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church Hall | England | United Kingdom

Guest Speaker: Rev Elaine Rawlings

All welcome for Fellowship, interesting speakers & a cup of tea.

To reach the Church Hall, go through the alleyway between the Church and the shop, follow the path through the garden.

Please let us know if you need transport to be able to attend.

Mar
15
Fri
2019
Lent Lunch @ Our Lady of Lourdes Church
Mar 15 @ 12:30 pm
Lent Lunch @ Our Lady of Lourdes Church | England | United Kingdom

All are welcome to share a simple meal of soup & bread, with a short time of reflection.  Donations to Noreen’s Kids, supporting disabled children & their families in Romania.

This is the first in an annual series of four lunches, hosted in turn by Hungerford’s churches.

Mar
19
Tue
2019
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station
Mar 19 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station

Hosted by Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub.

Mar
22
Fri
2019
Lent Lunch @ United Reformed Church
Mar 22 @ 12:30 pm
Lent Lunch @ United Reformed Church | England | United Kingdom

All are welcome to share a simple meal of soup & bread, with a short time of reflection.  Donations to Noreen’s Kids, supporting disabled children & their families in Romania.

This is the second in an annual series of four lunches, hosted in turn by Hungerford’s churches.

Mar
23
Sat
2019
Newbury Death Cafe @ Hamstead Marshall Village Hall
Mar 23 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Local yoga teacher to host Newbury’s first Death Café

• Saturday March 23, 2-4pm, Hamstead Marshall Village Hall

• Sunday April 28, 2-4pm, Hamstead Marshall Village Hall

Neeta Madahar, a well-known local yoga teacher, will be co-hosting Newbury’s first Death Café on Saturday March 23rd in the Village Hall, Hamstead Marshall. The objective of a Death Café is ‘to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their finite lives‘. The 2-hour informal gathering, for which there is no fee, will allow people to gather, eat cake, drink tea and discuss death under Neeta’s guidance.

Death is something that none of us can escape but which is rarely talked about openly and honestly. Recently, through both my teaching and personal experiences, I have become more aware of the taboo that surrounds discussing death. As more people die in care homes, hospices and hospitals rather than in their own homes and communities it has become increasingly detached from our day to day lives” explained Neeta. The Death Café is not a bereavement or counselling group but an opportunity for open and honest discussion and questions about death and dying.

Neeta will be joined by Celia Spiers, an experienced Death Café facilitator who has been running Death Cafés in Leamington Spa since 2017. There are also established Death Cafés in Bristol, Oxford and Swindon and you can find out more at https://deathcafe.com. To book a place on the inaugural Newbury Death Café please visit https://deathcafe.com/deathcafe/7859. A second Death Café has now been booked at the same venue to take place on Sunday April 28th, between 2-4pm.

In addition to her yoga teaching and work with Death Café, Neeta is also a qualified Soul Midwife. Soul Midwives are non-medical, holistic companions who guide and support the dying to facilitate a gentle and tranquil death. Their most important role is to provide comfort, continuous support and reassurance in helping a dying person to experience the death he or she wants. To contact Neeta about yoga, soul midwifery or the Death Café please go to http://www.neetamadahar-yoga.com

One person’s experiences of attending a Death Café

Tony Hersh from Stockcross has been attending the Death Café in Bristol since last summer. He spoke to us about his experiences and the benefits.

Q. When did you first attend a Death Café and why?

A. I went to my first about six months ago. I guess I have been thinking about what happens to us after we die for quite a long time. I’m not religious at all and my medical and science background gives me a very ‘evidence based’ approach to what I believe in life. I don’t believe there is any real evidence of life after death and such a thing just feels illogical and unlikely to me. So, the thought of death and never existing again can be a bit scary. However, people don’t often talk about this subject so when I heard about this form it sounded like a great place where I could ask people about their views and how they arrived at their beliefs without them thinking I was strange or morbid.

Q. How often do you attend the meetings?

A. The nearest group to me is Bristol and they meet once a month. I don’t go to all meetings but the organisers are very happy for people to come to as many or as few sessions as they want.

Q. How have you benefitted from these discussions?

A. Personally hugely. It’s been fascinating hearing other people’s ideas and experiences and it’s made me question my black and white approach and be more open to other ideas, so I’ve found the meetings reassuring and interesting. There is a big variety of people who attend: some are facing imminent death due to illness, some are religious, some are very anti -religious, some believe in ghosts, spirits, reincarnation or have other types of beliefs about life after death or coping with living when loved ones die. It’s becoming a valuable support for me and I’ve made some good friends.

Q. What is the most common question or point that is raised at the events?

A. Any question is allowed and if people don’t raise questions the organisers have a list of questions we might pick to discuss. They range from thoughts on life after death, fears, coping with grief, how people would want to be remembered, how they would like to be buried and a huge range of other related questions

Q What would you say to anyone considering attending Neeta’s event?

A. I would say if you are interested in discussing death and related topics in a forum with like-minded people it’s extremely interesting and informative. It’s a safe, non-judgemental and supportive environment where all questions are encouraged on a topic that isn’t usually discussed much.

 

 

Mar
26
Tue
2019
Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church Hall
Mar 26 @ 2:30 pm
Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church Hall | England | United Kingdom

The Work of THRIVE – using gardening to change lives

All welcome for Fellowship, interesting speakers & a cup of tea.

To reach the Church Hall, go through the alleyway between the Church and the shop, follow the path through the garden.

Please let us know if you need transport to be able to attend.

Mar
27
Wed
2019
Autism Berkshire NAS Autism Seminar – Managing Anger @ Thatcham Baptist Church
Mar 27 @ 9:30 am – 2:30 pm

Autism Berkshire - Workshop Article Image

Autism Berkshire is pleased to present this National Autistic Society Family seminar on Managing Anger.

This FREE course is suitable for parents and carers of children and young people with autism spectrum conditions, or whose children are on the waiting list for a Berkshire CAMHS autism assessment.

It looks at distressed behaviour and meltdowns in children with autism, how to cope and how to help children to understand and communicate feelings

The workshop will be delivered by Amanda Walker, our Home Visit worker in West Berkshire.

Companion seminars on Understanding Autism and Sensory Needs will be available at the same venue on Wednesday, January 30, and Wednesday, February 27, respectively. Please book separately for these.

Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided, however you must bring your own packed lunch.

  • For this series of three seminars we are using a new venue, which is a short walk from Thatcham railway station, to make it easier for people without access to a car to attend. The station is served by GWR local trains on the route between Bedwyn, Hungerford, Newbury, Theale and Reading.
Postcards from abroad @ St Mary's Church, Hamstead Marshall
Mar 27 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Postcards from abroad @ St Mary's Church, Hamstead Marshall | Hamstead Marshall | England | United Kingdom
  • On Wednesday 27 March 2019 at 7.30pm, St Mary’s Hamstead Marshall will host the sixth Speakers’ Corner;
  • During the evening wine, tea, coffee and nibbles will be served;
  • The cost is £5 per person;
  • The speakers is Robin Barrett whose topic will be ‘Postcards from abroad’;
  • Time: 7.30pm;
  • Venue: St Mary’s Church, Hamstead Marshall.

Please email speakers.cornermb@gmail.com if you would like more details and information about the series.

Email: sarah@johnstevenson.biz
Mobile: +44 (0) 780 223 5169

Mar
29
Fri
2019
Lent Lunch @ Hungerford Methodist Church
Mar 29 @ 12:30 pm
Lent Lunch @ Hungerford Methodist Church | England | United Kingdom

All are welcome to share a simple meal of soup & bread, with a short time of reflection.  Donations to Noreen’s Kids, supporting disabled children & their families in Romania.

This is the third in an annual series of four lunches, hosted in turn by Hungerford’s churches.

Apr
2
Tue
2019
Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church Hall
Apr 2 @ 2:30 pm
Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church Hall | England | United Kingdom

Guest Speaker: Rev Nigel Sands

All welcome for Fellowship, interesting speakers & a cup of tea.

To reach the Church Hall, go through the alleyway between the Church and the shop, follow the path through the garden.

Please let us know if you need transport to be able to attend.

Apr
5
Fri
2019
Lent Lunch @ St Lawrence's Church
Apr 5 @ 12:30 pm
Lent Lunch @ St Lawrence's Church | England | United Kingdom

All are welcome to share a simple meal of soup & bread, with a short time of reflection.  Donations to Noreen’s Kids, supporting disabled children & their families in Romania.

This is the last in an annual series of four lunches, hosted in turn by Hungerford’s churches.

Apr
6
Sat
2019
Coffee and Cake @ Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
Apr 6 @ 10:00 am – 11:45 am
Coffee and Cake @ Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church | England | United Kingdom

Coffee and Cake session at the church to which all are welcome. We started this in 2016 and it has become very popular with a core group of about 25 to 30 people but we really want to encourage people to come for “Cake, a Cuppa and a Chat” in our lovely building.

Apr
16
Tue
2019
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station
Apr 16 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station

Hosted by Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub.

Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church
Apr 16 @ 2:30 pm
Tuesday Fellowship @ Hungerford Methodist Church | England | United Kingdom

Easter Celebration: Holy Communion in the Church followed by Tea in the Hall

All welcome for Fellowship, interesting speakers & a cup of tea.

To reach the Church Hall, go through the alleyway between the Church and the shop, follow the path through the garden.

Please let us know if you need transport to be able to attend.

Apr
28
Sun
2019
Newbury Death Cafe @ Hamstead Marshall Village Hall
Apr 28 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Local yoga teacher to host Newbury’s first Death Café

• Saturday March 23, 2-4pm, Hamstead Marshall Village Hall

• Sunday April 28, 2-4pm, Hamstead Marshall Village Hall

Neeta Madahar, a well-known local yoga teacher, will be co-hosting Newbury’s first Death Café on Saturday March 23rd in the Village Hall, Hamstead Marshall. The objective of a Death Café is ‘to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their finite lives‘. The 2-hour informal gathering, for which there is no fee, will allow people to gather, eat cake, drink tea and discuss death under Neeta’s guidance.

Death is something that none of us can escape but which is rarely talked about openly and honestly. Recently, through both my teaching and personal experiences, I have become more aware of the taboo that surrounds discussing death. As more people die in care homes, hospices and hospitals rather than in their own homes and communities it has become increasingly detached from our day to day lives” explained Neeta. The Death Café is not a bereavement or counselling group but an opportunity for open and honest discussion and questions about death and dying.

Neeta will be joined by Celia Spiers, an experienced Death Café facilitator who has been running Death Cafés in Leamington Spa since 2017. There are also established Death Cafés in Bristol, Oxford and Swindon and you can find out more at https://deathcafe.com. To book a place on the inaugural Newbury Death Café please visit https://deathcafe.com/deathcafe/7859. A second Death Café has now been booked at the same venue to take place on Sunday April 28th, between 2-4pm.

In addition to her yoga teaching and work with Death Café, Neeta is also a qualified Soul Midwife. Soul Midwives are non-medical, holistic companions who guide and support the dying to facilitate a gentle and tranquil death. Their most important role is to provide comfort, continuous support and reassurance in helping a dying person to experience the death he or she wants. To contact Neeta about yoga, soul midwifery or the Death Café please go to http://www.neetamadahar-yoga.com

One person’s experiences of attending a Death Café

Tony Hersh from Stockcross has been attending the Death Café in Bristol since last summer. He spoke to us about his experiences and the benefits.

Q. When did you first attend a Death Café and why?

A. I went to my first about six months ago. I guess I have been thinking about what happens to us after we die for quite a long time. I’m not religious at all and my medical and science background gives me a very ‘evidence based’ approach to what I believe in life. I don’t believe there is any real evidence of life after death and such a thing just feels illogical and unlikely to me. So, the thought of death and never existing again can be a bit scary. However, people don’t often talk about this subject so when I heard about this form it sounded like a great place where I could ask people about their views and how they arrived at their beliefs without them thinking I was strange or morbid.

Q. How often do you attend the meetings?

A. The nearest group to me is Bristol and they meet once a month. I don’t go to all meetings but the organisers are very happy for people to come to as many or as few sessions as they want.

Q. How have you benefitted from these discussions?

A. Personally hugely. It’s been fascinating hearing other people’s ideas and experiences and it’s made me question my black and white approach and be more open to other ideas, so I’ve found the meetings reassuring and interesting. There is a big variety of people who attend: some are facing imminent death due to illness, some are religious, some are very anti -religious, some believe in ghosts, spirits, reincarnation or have other types of beliefs about life after death or coping with living when loved ones die. It’s becoming a valuable support for me and I’ve made some good friends.

Q. What is the most common question or point that is raised at the events?

A. Any question is allowed and if people don’t raise questions the organisers have a list of questions we might pick to discuss. They range from thoughts on life after death, fears, coping with grief, how people would want to be remembered, how they would like to be buried and a huge range of other related questions

Q What would you say to anyone considering attending Neeta’s event?

A. I would say if you are interested in discussing death and related topics in a forum with like-minded people it’s extremely interesting and informative. It’s a safe, non-judgemental and supportive environment where all questions are encouraged on a topic that isn’t usually discussed much.

 

 

May
4
Sat
2019
Coffee and Cake @ Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
May 4 @ 10:00 am – 11:45 am
Coffee and Cake @ Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church | England | United Kingdom

Coffee and Cake session at the church to which all are welcome. We started this in 2016 and it has become very popular with a core group of about 25 to 30 people but we really want to encourage people to come for “Cake, a Cuppa and a Chat” in our lovely building.

May
12
Sun
2019
Newbury Rotary Sponsored Walk @ Greenham Control Tower
May 12 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Newbury Rotary Sponsored Walk @ Greenham Control Tower | Greenham | England | United Kingdom
Newbury Rotary Club Annual Sponsored Walk Sunday 12 May 2019

Spring is coming and time to think of the annual sponsored walk organised by Newbury Rotary Club. Fully marshalled eight mile route with shorter wheelchair-friendly alternative route available.

This year’s walk will start and finish near to Greenham Common Control Tower which is of great interest in itself and has good parking and other facilities. There will be a route of about 8 miles taking in Greenham Common and surrounding countryside going through Bowden Woods and then down to the Kennet and Avon Canal and then back to the Common. There will be another shorter route based on the Common which would be suitable for younger children and will be wheelchair friendly.
As in previous years start time will be from 11 am until 12 noon. The routes will be fully signed and marshalled.
Walkers are encouraged through sponsorship to raise money for their own good causes. A donation of £1 for each sponsored walker is requested. Non-sponsored walkers are very welcome to join us and asked also to give a small donation. All donations will go to Newbury Rotary Club supported charities a list of which can be found on our website ( rotary-ribi.org/clubs/homepage.php?ClubID=556  or search for Newbury Rotary Club)
Further details of the walk will be put on our website or email walk@newburyrotary.org with any questions or to request a sponsorship form. You can turn up on the day but it would be very helpful if you emailed us beforehand to let us know that you intend to come.
May
20
Mon
2019
Neighbourhood Watch Meeting @ West Berkshire Council Offices
May 20 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Neighbourhood Watch Meeting @ West Berkshire Council Offices | England | United Kingdom

A Neighbourhood Watch Meeting is being held on Monday 20 May 2019 at 7.30 pm in West Berkshire Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury.

We shall be having a talk by a representative of Victims First on the help they give to victims of crime, family members and witnesses.

Crime updates from the Police and Fire Service.

Anyone is welcome to attend this meeting.

There is a £2 parking charge for evenings in local car parks.

 

 

May
21
Tue
2019
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station
May 21 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station

Hosted by Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub.

Jun
18
Tue
2019
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station
Jun 18 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station

Hosted by Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub.

Jul
16
Tue
2019
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station
Jul 16 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station

Hosted by Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub.

Aug
12
Mon
2019
Neighbourhood Watch Meeting @ West Berkshire Council Offices
Aug 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Neighbourhood Watch Meeting @ West Berkshire Council Offices | England | United Kingdom

A Neighbourhood Watch Meeting is being held on Monday 12 August 2019 at 7.30 pm in West Berkshire Council Offices, Market Street, Newbury.

We shall be having a talk by Dr Nick Young on “A tour around Newbury through the camera using old photographs”.

Crime updates from the Police and Fire Service.

Anyone is welcome to attend this meeting.

There is a £2 parking charge for evenings in local car parks.

Aug
20
Tue
2019
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station
Aug 20 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station

Hosted by Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub.

Sep
17
Tue
2019
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station
Sep 17 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station

Hosted by Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub.

Oct
15
Tue
2019
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station
Oct 15 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Hungerford Carers Support Group @ Hungerford Fire Station

Hosted by Reading and West Berkshire Carers Hub.