BK - This and That is a website run by an Ascot resident. This site contains articles on various subjects, including growing on allotments, histories of allotments and of cultivation; the summer festivals in Edinburgh and computer performance. There are articles by BK, as well many links to other people's articles, - BK is a firm believer in the original ethos of the Internet, which is to share information. Visit http://www.bkthisandthat.org.uk/
All proceeds raised from the fayre directly benefit local charities, and last year it generated over £11,000 for at-risk women and children and the elderly throughout Berkshire and Surrey. For more information on our charities click on http://www.awbs.org.uk/craft-fayre .
American Women of Berkshire. For more information visit www.awbs.org.uk
AWBS is a social and philanthropic club whose goal is to support and encourage our members as they engage with our community. Whether you are a returning member or a new member, I am certain this year will provide many fun and rewarding opportunities for you.
We are a volunteer-run organization, and each member's participation is essential to our club's success. There are so many opportunities to get involved in both leadership and assisting roles. Please consider where you can contribute.
AWBS is a great resource for new members, providing support and helpful tips for your transition period. Area Welcome Buddies are a big help, serving as someone to touch base with when you need some advice. Additionally, our Welcome Coffees are another fun opportunity to meet other new and existing members in your area.
Old Windsor Angling Club,
In 2008, OWAC celebrated its Golden Anniversary, but has always been a friendly Members Club based on Thames River fishing, with a varied fixture list visiting many other fisheries and Clubs.
The present HQ is our Clubhouse at Home Park, Windsor, and now we are managing the fishing on Home Park on behalf of RBWM, we really are THE local Angling club. In addition, we have access to fishing at Old Windsor, Potts Field, Cookham, Clivedon, The Jubilee River, as well as seven miles of the Wey Navigation canal, 30 miles of the Basingstoke Canal, and we offer Reading and District Angling Association membership as an option.
We are pleased to accept anglers of any sex, age, or experience, and will help and encourage new anglers on request. Our meetings are on Tuesday evenings at the clubhouse, around 8.30pm, and we arrange matches on Sundays, with some Wednesday evening matches in the Summer.
Old Windsor Angling Club is a member of Angling Trust, supports the good work being done by Les Webber (“Gets Kids hooked on Fishing not drugs or crime”) at Wraysbury and is affiliated to Thames Valley Angling Association, Basingstoke Canal Angling Association and Reading and District Angling Association.
Calling adventurous local amateur actors : Opportunity for local amateur actors to audition for a part in brilliant new play "Take Two" about the tragic story of the internationally illegal house demolitions of Palestinian homes, by Israeli forces. Commissioned by ASCENT local community environment network as part of 2nd. Festival "Speak Truth to Power". Brilliant local author Jennifer Leach. International Director Justin Butcher.Two performances this autumn. in Ascot & Reading.
Ascot Brass perform concerts for charity , in partnership with top local choirs. Visit www.ascotbrass.org.uk
Ascot Brass is seeking two Bb Bass players due to retirements.
Ascot Brass is in its 12th year, is well established, but in dire need to fill these two positions (January 2015 ). Please contact Malcolm Brown 07710-296236 Committee member
Pictured is the excellent Ascot Brass , who recently triumphed in a very successful concert, performing with the award -winning Taplow Youth Choir (finalists in the recent BBC choir of the year contest!) , raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Support. www.ascotbrass.org.uk
The Ascot Bridge Club was formed in 1977 and plays in the Chavey Down Community Centre hall, directly behind St. Martin's church in Church Road, Chavey Down. There is bridge played every Monday afternoon and Tuesday evening - except on bank holidays. Whilst the Monday afternoon section of the club plays exclusively duplicate pairs bridge, the Tuesday evening section includes a teams of four evenings several times every year.
For more information please call David Calcutt on 01344-886412, or visit the web site http://www.ascotbridge.org.uk
The Ascot Horticultural Society meets at King Edward's Hall, King Edward's Road, North Ascot on the second Wednesday of the month. The Society enjoys speakers, several shows a year and an annual competition with the Sunningdale Gardening Association. New members are welcome. For membership enquiries call 01344 883535. Visit www.ascothorticulturalsociety.org.uk
The BIG DINNER, organised by Ascot Inner took place on Friday, 20th March, at Cheapside Village Hall, near Ascot. A magnificent £1062 was raised for the charity 500 miles. This charity supports the development and delivery of prosthetic services in Malawi and Zambia. Given each artificial limb costs in the region of £175 to fit and produce locally, at least 6 people in Africa can now look forward to a better and more rewarding life.
They meet monthly on the fourth Wednesday evening at Mill Ride Golf Club, in Ascot, to enjoy dinner and often, a speaker or presentation. If there is a fifth Wednesday in the month, we join with Ascot Rotary for dinner and a speaker.
There are usually two major fund-raising events a year, together with Inner Wheel Day in January. Other events include trips to gardens, the theatre and other venues.
The three objects of Inner Wheel are very simple. They are to promote true friendship, encourage the ideals of personal service and to foster international understanding. Inner Wheel is a caring organisation, not only to its members, but also to others outside its circle.
Friendship is the core of all that is done and achieved by members of Inner Wheel. Wherever there is an Inner Wheel Club, no matter in which country, you are made very welcome. Friendship and fun abounds as members work together to help others less fortunate than themselves, not only in this country, but overseas.
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