Published on 13 January 2018 03:56 PM
Age UK Berkshire in conjunction with Age UK campaigns held a Social Care Listening Event on Friday 12th January 2018.
If you enjoy gardening and would like to make some new friends, why not join us at Friends Meeting House, 2 Church Street, Reading RG1 2SB on Fridays from 10am to 12 noon.
Phone 0118 959 4242 to find out more, or email email@example.com
The first session is free, then a suggested donation of £3 each week.
Refreshments are provided.
Age UK Berkshire, in collaboration with NatWest Bank, are running a series of small group workshops around Berkshire offering financial information and advice for the county’s older residents.
“Money Matters for Older People” sessions are completely free of charge and provide impartial information on relevant topics such as managing money, checking eligibility for benefits, and paying for care in later life.
To find out more or to book a place, phone Age UK Berkshire on 0118 959 4242, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tilehurst Library - date to be confirmed
Slough 50+ Forum - Thursday 18 July 2019
St Nicolas Centre, Sutcliffe Avenue, Earley - September 2019
Leading Reading solicitors Blandy & Blandy LLP raised over £5,000 for Age UK Berkshire and another local charity at their annual quiz night on 7 March 2019.
The evening’s quizmaster, Blandy & Blandy marketing manager and chair of the firm’s charities committee David Lamont,was delighted to announce the record amount raised this year. The winning quiz team were representing Savills estate agents.
The Age UK/Innocent Smoothies Big Knit is back ! So grab your needles and your yarn and get knitting smoothie hats for Age UK. Help us be there for older people who have no one else to turn to.
To find out more, and to download this year's knitting and crochet patterns, visit
In June 2017 a group of 20 clients, carers and staff of Age UK Berkshire were invited to spend an afternoon visiting Highclere Stud, part of the estate of Highclere Castle (location for the Downton Abbey TV series). The current Earl's father was the Queen's racing manager for over 30 years and the family still own and manage the stud.
In the paddock we met each of the mares and their foals, ranging in age from three months to yearling status, who were introduced to us by their individual grooms. Then we visited the stable yard where the stallion, Cable Bay, renowned Sire of Highclere Stud, was paraded past.
The day finished with a delicious tea hosted by members of the family.
Age UK Berkshire are working with Thames Water and Scottish & Southern Electricity to highlight the benefits of their priority registers, which offer people over 60 some additional help in case of an issue with water or power supplies in their area. Customers can sign up to the scheme online, or ring the office on 0118 959 4242 and we will send you a leaflet with all the details. Other energy companies have similar schemes - for details, phone your supplier or visit their website.