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Age Concern Bracknell Forest is a local charity which helps older people in the borough and provides support to their families and carers. They are a first point of call for information about support for older people. Visit the Age Concern Bracknell website for more information on the services they offer. Help line: 01344 428074 (Monday-Friday, morning only)…

Age UK Hillingdon have a proud history of over 20 years service in the London Borough of Hillingdon and have grown to provide a wide range of services, including a handyperson service, to meet the needs and demands of an ever-increasing number of older people. They are passionate about making Hillingdon a great place to grow…

Age UK Merton is an independent charity providing services and support to older people and their carers in Merton. Whether you need advice, access to services for older people or are looking for something fun to do in the area, Age UK have the answer for you. They provide a Handyperson service to anyone aged 50+…

Age UK Richmond upon Thames is an independent charity working across the borough to improve the quality of life of older people. They offer a wide range of services including a Telephone Helpline, Handyperson and a Housekeeping Service. They also run three social centres in Barnes, Twickenham and Whitton. Visit the Age UK Richmond website for more information…

Age UK Sutton is an independent local charity providing support and services to all older people, and those who care for them. They exist to make life easier for all older people in the London Borough of Sutton, providing one point of contact to a wide range of services. Visit the Age UK Sutton website for more…

The words “Aik Saath” mean “Together As One” in Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu. They also embody the ethos of the charity. They believe in working together for positive social change. Their mission is to work with people from all communities, faiths and backgrounds to promote and encourage conflict resolution and community cohesion through training, campaigns…

An-Nisa work with Muslim women and the community. An-Nisa also know there are issues that are unique to the Muslim community and they all work together and to address some of these very important issues. Domestic violence, self esteem, personal development, basic skills, parenting, IT development. Visit the website for more information.  

Support and advice services for Portuguese speaking communities, including Angolans and Mozambicans. Services also for French speakers. Advice on education and training, employment, benefits, housing, immigration. Support for refugees and asylum seekers. Befriending and visiting for detainees, older members of the community and those who are isolated or have emotional problems. Angolan Civic Communities Alliance…

Community Mums & Dads aims to complement the work of professionals through parent to parent support. Confidential, informal and friendly home visiting is available by trained parent volunteers to parents across Reading with children up to 13 years. South Reading Youth & Community Centre, 252 Northumberland Avenue, RG2 7QA. 01189863571

Being Alongside, (the operating name of the Association of Pastoral Care in Mental Health), is a Christian based, voluntary association of individual members and affiliated groups who recognise the importance of spiritual values and support in mental health. Being Alongside has a network of supporters throughout the United Kingdom and it welcomes and encourages people…

Bell Farm Christian Centre’s support services have encouraged many residents and families to develop personal skills and self-confidence, and learn how to help both themselves and each other. The organisation works with some of the most disadvantaged and marginalised within the community including those from the Traveller Community. Bell Farm Christian Centre currently provides services…

Berkshire Carers Service provides support to people of all ages who give unpaid care to a member of their family, friend, partner or neighbour because of illness, disability or frailty. http://www.berkshirecarers.org/ Bracknell Forest:  telephone 01344 266 088. Email  info@signal4carers.org.uk Reading and West Berkshire: 0118 324 7333. Email ask@berkshirecarershub.org Wokingham: 0118 974 6000. Royal Borough of Windsor…

From the Broadhurst website: Assisting individuals with severe mental illness, including those with significant common mental illness (but not simply distressed by circumstances). The purpose of Small Grants is that each award should benefit mental health either by aiding recovery (e.g. through improving housing, educational or working opportunities), or preventing deterioration (e.g. through relief of…

Castelnau Centre Project (CCP) is a small charity helping to develop resources on the Castelnau estate for the whole community. They are based at the Castelnau Community Centre and have full responsibility for the management and programming of the building. Visit their website for more information. Location: 7 Stillingfleet Road, Barnes, London, SW13 9AQ Tel:…

Churches in Reading Women’s Centre is a partnership providing opportunities for women. The centre itself is open for visitors and guests to drop in. It is a place which sets out to encourage, support and nurture, and to help develop talents and skills. Activities, food and conversation are all on offer. Visit their website for…

Commonside Community Development Trust is working to improve the lives and environment of people living in Merton. They do this by managing a community centre, running community events and a number of community development programmes. Visit the Commonside Community Development Trust website for more information. Tel: 020 8764 9582 Address: South Lodge Avenue, Mitcham, Surrey, CR4…