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THE SUNNINGDALE ACADEMY | Weekend classes for girls and boys in Sunningdale, launching in November 2017. We focus on social skills & etiquette, health & wellbeing and more.

NOTE: 'Little Ladies' and 'Sunningdale Saturdays' courses start at The Sunningdale Academy on November 4th 2017 ...

Read more: The Sunningdale Academy | Children's Etiquette | Social Skills | Well-Being

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The War Horse Memorial is the first national memorial dedicated to the millions of UK, Allied and Commonwealth horses, mules and donkeys lost during The Great War. It pays tribute to the nobility, courage, unyielding loyalty and immeasurable contribution these animals played in giving us the freedom of democracy we all enjoy today, and signifies the last time the horse would be used on a mass scale in modern warfare.

The War Horse Memorial is located on the major Ascot roundabout opposite Heatherwood Hospital and Car Park 1 of Ascot Racecourse. Postcode: SL5 8AA.

The Memorial will form a catalyst for an on-going fundraising campaign to support military and equine charities after all memorial costs are paid. The principal beneficiaries will be The Household Cavalry Foundation and the Mane Chance Sanctuary. Other complementary charities will also be supported.

CLICK HERE for details of the Purple Poppy Appeal.

There are many events taking place in 2019, related to the War Horse Memorial. CLICK HERE

The War Horse Memorial Anniversary Charity Ball, will take place at Ascot Racecourse, on Saturday June 8th 2019

Read more: The War Horse Memorial Ascot

Pictured: L to R: Pam Palmer, BFU3A Chair, Cllr Dale Birch, Mary Warner BFU3A Publicity Officer, Colin Warner BFU3A Group Leader

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U3A stands for the University of the Third Age, which is a self-help organisation for people no longer in full time employment providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment.  It consists of local U3As all over the UK, which are charities in their own right and are run entirely by volunteers.  Bracknell Forest U3A is a member of the Third Age Trust.  Bracknell Forest U3A was formed in January 2001 at a public meeting of approximately 80 people. Current membership is over 320 members.  U3A membership is not related to a specific age but to a period in one’s life (the third age) after the second age of full-time employment and parental responsibility.  Anybody in their third age can join U3A and this includes people who are working part time.  There is no lower age for membership

 Contacts: Sheila: 01344 882096,    Jaci   Doreen - 01344 780 616

Read more: U3A | University of the Third Age | Bracknell


Monthly meetings take place in the Community Centre Trumps Green Virginia Water GU25 4EY every first Wednesday in the Month from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm with the exception of December when the AGM takes place. Visitors are welcome for further information or phone Jean McDonnell on 01784 741599

Painting days at the Church Hall next door to the Community Hall once a month the third Monday of the Month from 12 pm to 3 pm Starting Feb £2 per session contact Jean McDonnell.


Read more: Virginia Water Art Society | First Wednesday

Click on Wildlife in Ascot for more information about green wildlife corridors in Ascot & the Sunnings.

 Next Events | Wildlife in Ascot |      Click on Wildlife in Ascot for more information

 Wildlife in Ascot  Talks are held at Silwood Park, Imperial College, Buckhurst Road, SL5 7PY. Entrance at north end of CPB Building 6 and room upstairs.


Wednesday 29th May, 3.30 - 4.30pm
Pond Dipping at Blackmoor Pond
To find out what freshwater invertebrates are living there.
Come along and have a go. North Ascot
 Meet beside the pond. Access from Bowyer Walk or Sutherland Chase in North Ascot, SL5 8QS


CLICK ON THIS LINK for more info  


Windsor and Ascot Driving Group for Disabled enables disabled people to learn how to drive ponies and to enjoy an outdoor activity with animals and other people.

Many disabled people, who would otherwise find it impossible to pursue an outdoor activity, have benefited from the recreational and social therapy that this pastime provides. It can help to improve co-ordination, muscle power and balance and provides an opportunity to meet people, make friends and have fun.

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  • Help make residents’ point of view heard during the BFC consultation period
  • Provide information about the Bracknell Forest Local Plan & its proposal for 548 new homes in Winkfield Row
  • Help residents navigate through the BFC consultation process
  • Communicate with Winkfield Parish Council & Bracknell Forest Council on behalf of its members


Venue for Winkfield WI - Charlotte Pratt Hall The Winkfield WI meets on one Thursday afternoon a month, at the Charlotte Pratt Hall, Chavey Down Road, Winkfield. New members are welcome. Call 01344 890244.