Alcoholics Anonymous meets at St.Michael's Church Hall, Church Lane, Sunninghill, on Wednesday evenings at 8pm
The Natalie Vinson School of Dance & Drama in Sunninghill, Ascot, offers GCSE Dance, Wednesdays.
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The Ascot Durning Library (in upper Ascot High Street) SL5 7JF, runs a book group for all ages on Wednesdays !
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The Ascot Ladies meet one Wednesday a month, at the North Ascot Community Centre , Fernbank Road, North Ascot. For more information 01344 882775
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The Martins Heron School of Dance : Fun and Friendly Dance school based at Martin’s Heron Community Centre.
ISTD Ballet, Tap, Modern, Jazz, Street Dance, Limbering.
Ages from 2 ½ yrs – Adults
First class free. Contact Becky for more information. Call 07966 579829
WEBSITE: Visit www.victorialyonsballet.co.uk
And NEW ! A children’s ballet class for 4yrs-5yrs on Wednesdays, 4 - 4.30pm, also at St Peter’s Hall, Hatchet Lane, Cranbourne, near Ascot.
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Victoria Lyons School of Ballet : Children's Ballet, (aged 3 - 5) through to professional, at St.Peters Church Hall, Hatchet Lane, Cranbourne, near North Ascot on Mondays. Victoria, formerly of the Royal Ballet School, qualified as a Registered Teacher, with the Royal Academy of Dance in 1991, with Distinctions. For more information call 01344 638538.
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Welcome to Blaze Martial Arts | Specialising in Kickboxing Tae Kwon Do, Karate & Mixed Martial Arts
Training Days: Mondays and Wednesdays.
Location: St Michael's C of E Primary School, Scool Lane, Sunninghill, Ascot, SL5 7AD
A Rhymetime and Storytime session for babies from birth onwards runs at Ascot Durning Library on Wednesdays at 10.30am. This fun 30- minute session is for under 5s and features rhymes and songs to share. You will also be able to talk to our children’s specialist about reading books with your child. These sessions are free and held every 2 weeks, there is no need to book, just turn up and join in the fun. Call Ascot Durning Library on 01344 630140 or go to http://www.rbwm.gov.uk/web/libraries_under-5s.htm for more details.Read more: Bookstart Rhymetime at Ascot Durning Library
The Natalie Vinson School of Dance & Drama in Sunninghill, Ascot, offers boys only street dance on Wednesdays for 2016.
Tel : 07885 373171Read more: Boys Street Dance Classes | NVSDD | Wedensdays
The Chavey Down Association Bingo Club meets once a fortnight on Wednesdays at 8m at St.Martins Church Hall, Church Road, Chavey Down. There are cash prozes and a bonanza pay out every session. Tea and biscuits at the interval For more information call 01344 884348.
FASBAT - ‘Find A Space and Be A Tree’ The unique mix of theatre, dynamic coaching, fun and performance is used to build confidence, raise self esteem, and encourage each pupil to make new friends and create a personal philosophy which can be taken forward as they stand on life’s stage. Classes are held a the Cordes Hall, Sunninghill every Wednesday and after school clubs, for school pupils only, are held at The Marist Preparatory School, Ascot Heath Infants, Ascot Heath Juniors and Cranbourne Primary School.
For more information call Lee Cooper on 07710 494632 or visit www.fasbat.com
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EXTEND is a fun, fitness & movement , chair-based classes for the over 60s during term time, 9.30 - 10.20am on Wednesdays. Active class 10.30 - 11.30am St Martin’s Church Hall. For more information, contact Elizabeth on 01344 883078 or e-mail email@example.com
Fit4Tennis and Just Drills ,run by Charters Tennis, are at Broomhall Recreation Ground tennis courts, Broomhall Lane, Sunningdale, on Tuesday and Wednesdays. E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the popularity of the Wednesday lunchtime concerts in the autumn, the Choir of Royal Holloway will continue with their free, weekly concert series this year.
The 30-minute performances are free of charge and informal, allowing people to come and go as their schedule allows. Programmes are varied with different themes each week featuring both sacred and secular music.
Concerts take place most Wednesday lunchtimes during term time, 1.15-1.45pm, in the Chapel at Royal Holloway. No need to book tickets; just turn up. More information, and detail of programmes for each week, can be found on the choir website: www.chapelchoir.co.uk.