There is a new Chat & Craft Group, open to all, meeting 2 - 4pm at St.Peter's, Hatchet Lane, Cranbourne, near Ascot, 2 -4 pm on Thursday afternoons.

The Windsor and Eton Operatic Society can be found at www.windsor-eton-opera.co.uk 

ASCOT ORGAN and KEYBOARD CLUB is a friendly club that meets monthly. It holds a mixture of professional and amateur nights and the occasional charity evening. This not only raises money for good causes, but also promotes the club. The club tries to give younger artistes just starting on the circuit a chance as well as the old favourites. As you will see from our concert diary they have a good selection of top artistes covering many styles of music. Refreshments are included in the entrance fee so why not go along and hear some of the best professional organists play - or just listen to some of the local talent you didn't know existed!
 
Quite a few of our members have their own organs or keyboards. All try to help each other where possible, and encourage each other to play at our amateur evenings, when players can bring along their own instruments (organs by prior arrangement with the Chairman) or play the club organ, a Technics GA1. A light hearted competition is held annually and a cup presented to the most improved player. The club is always glad to welcome amateur players to show off their talents. Their family, friends and all those wishing to have an evening of live music in friendly surroundings are also welcome at all meetings. This includes members of other clubs who are visiting the area.

In July the club holds a summer social with a fish & chip supper and a very relaxed atmosphere. This gives members who have not played before the chance to "have-a-go" with less pressure.
 

The club usually meets on the third Friday of the month at 8pm. Subscription: £10; Concerts: Members admission: £5.00 , Visitors admission: £6.00 . Amateur Nights: Members: £3,  Visitors : £4.

The Kinross Players, play-reading group will meets on the third Sunday, of the month, 6-9.30pm, at Constables, Windsor Road, Ascot, SL5 7LF. It is a warm, relaxing evening with drinks and nibbles. The Players have read 50 plays in the last four years. New members very welcome. The only charge is £2 to cover book hire.Call 01344 621167 or yarwodav@aol.com

Windsor SpeakersEveryone is a bit afraid of speaking in groups or in public, some just hide it better than others! Do you think it would be a good thing if you were able to speak more confidently or improve your skills?
There’s a safe place you can achieve this and learn to become a better speaker, expressing yourself more freely and feeling in control rather than the other way round.

Windsor Speakers is a ‘non-profit’ club that meets two evenings a month where members get to practice and improve their public speaking in an organised, safe and supportive environment. It’s part of the Toastmasters International organisation that has over one million members worldwide.

We have all walks of life from housewives to business people to tradesmen to students. Ranging from accomplished speakers to absolute beginners.

We meet on the 1st and 3rd Monday every month at Gardeners Hall, 213 St Leonards Road, Windsor SL4 3DR. If this is something you might be interested in then pop along one evening to take a look and see what it’s all about. You’d be welcomed.

To find out more go to www.winspeak.co.uk

There is a Quilting Group , offering creative needlework , friendship and chat at the Hope Centre, old Sunningdale High St on Fridays 10.30 -  12 noon. 

Contact Diane 01344 62162

www.sunningdalevillagevenues.co.uk

Call Sarah on 01344 624317

quilting group sunningdale

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Emilia Garvey is a Reiki Master Practitioner and Teacher of Reiki with many years of experience, offering treatments of Reiki and Crystal healing which are great for relaxation and stress reduction . She also teaches at Reiki all levels on a one to one basis. All treatments and teachings are held in her peaceful garden relaxation room in Ascot. Certificate, manuals and refreshments are included on all teaching days. 

Reiki and Crystal treatments are £25 for an hour treatment. Please call Emilia on  07960 376612

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Rock Choir in Ascot

LOVE SINGING?  NO AUDITIONS or requirement to read music! Everyone is welcome to join in with singing fun, feel-good songs in harmony with opportunities to perform locally and at bigger events such as the Ideal Home Show! So why not give it a try? Visit www.rockchoir.com to book your FREE taster! Singing really does makes you happy!

  ROCK CHOIR ( Bracknell & Ascot) Mondays, 8pm ,Bracknell Rugby Club, Lily Hill Park, Lily Hill Drive, Bracknell, RG12 2UG
 Disabled access and amenities are available.

 

Monday 18th September
8.00pm - 9.30pm
Bracknell Rugby Club,
Bracknell Rugby Club, Lily Hill Park, Lily Hill Drive,
Bracknell, RG12 2UG

 

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 E-mail: info@thechocolate-factory.co.uk

 

Participants in our chocolate workshops and parties will walk away with at least one large bar of chocolate that was made by their own hands. Perfect for any group occasion, from corporate entertainment to a birthday or hen party, the workshop is sure to be a success.

Phone
0118 443 9180

Mobile   07427 738803 |  Email:  info@thechocolate-factory.co.uk

Address
Unit 1, Sheeplands Farm, Wargrave, Reading, Berkshire RG10 8DL
Located on Sheeplands Farm Opposite The Piggott School

Rotary Club of Ascot | Service | Fellowship | Corporate Membership

RECENT EVENTS | 2019 Sunninghill New Year Fancy Dress Wheelbarrow Race.  CLICK HERE for info on Young Musicians COmpetition 2019

2019 Rotary Club of Ascot Golf Day | Friday September 27th. E-mail jeb.baker@btinternet.com or candcdesign@outlook.com

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The Rotary Club of Ascot principally provides support to well-known local community activities and raises money for local and international causes. With a motto 'Service Above Self'', its main objective is service - in the community, in the workplace and around the world. There are 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide in 34,000 Rotary Clubs in nearly every country. It is not affiliated with any political or religious organisations.

Locally, it is particularly well-known for organising the hugely popular New Year's Day Sunninghill Wheelbarrow Race, which in 2016, raised over £8,000 to donate to the Ascot District Day Centre and other charities. (The Club has also contributed to the purchasing of two new mini buses, used for transport to the Day Centre).  See PHOTOS OF WHEELBARROW RACE winners 2017.

 

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