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A range of activities that will develop your social life as part of your community

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Here at Norwood we believe that having access to a wide range of leisure activities is an important part of leading a fulfilled life and being part of the community. Doing something you like and enjoy is a great way to meet new people and develop your social life.

We run so many activities that there is bound to be something for everyone. Why not take a look and see if you would like to join in?

Leisure Activities (Berkshire)

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We run all sorts of activities in Berkshire including:

  • New Leisure Horizons -educational trips to places of interest
  • Railway club - in partnership with Bracknell Railway Society
  • Regular disco run by our resident DJ
  • Fun Fitness
  • Access to clubs in the community
  • @ The Acorn – a social club for people with profound difficulties.

Leisure Activities (London)

We have a wide variety of activities available in London, too. They include:

  • Time4U Holiday play schemes during half-term holidays for children and young people with disabilities aged 5 - 18. The project is funded by the London Borough of Redbridge Aiming High for Disabled Children.

  • People doing craftsIn-Betweeners Our recreational group for young adults with disabilities aged 16-25. The group meets fortnightly on a Sunday and also in the holidays. Our aim is to give young adults the sorts of experiences that will help them through the transition into adulthood. The young adults involved take part in planning their activities and trips. The group gives them an opportunity to socialise, acquire new skills and share experiences.
  • Unity. Weekly clubs and holiday playschemes that make it possible for children and young people with disabilities to meet in a fun, sociable environment. The clubs give them the chance to try activities that they may not otherwise have the opportunity to experience.
    Find out more about Unity
  • Birthright. A project which has already sent more than 200,000 young Jewish adults to Israel as a gift. The aim is to strengthen the sense of solidarity between Israeli and Jewish communities around the world. In March 2012, young adults with learning disabilities took part in Birthright for the very first time.
    Find out more about Birthright

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