The Bracknell Open Learning Centre Facebook page continues to grow and it’s here that you can receive updates, news and useful information about the centre and Community Learning courses.  There is also a new Bracknell Open Learning Centre Family Learning Resources Group linked to this page and this private group has been set up to enable sharing of learning resources with families.  If you are interested in keeping up to date with news from the Open Learning Centre and Community Learning please visit www.facebook.com/bracknelladultlearning and give us a like!  If you would like to join our Family Learning Resources Group and access teaching materials and interesting ideas to keep your child occupied this summer, please go to the main page as listed above and look for the Family Learning Resource Group and send us a request to join.

Read more: Bracknell Open Learning Centre | Family Resources Group

E-mail: Bracknell.ucc@nhs.net

 

Bracknell Urgent Care Centre, deals with minor injuries, x rays, blood tests and much more, ususally open from 8am to 8pm, is west of Ascot, at  RG12 9RT.

During Corona Covid Crisis

If you have an appointment within the departments of  Bracknell Healthspace building linked to RBH or Frimley Hospital please call 01344662915

For Urgent Care including Injuries please call 01344 551100

For Blood testing department call 01344 662933

For X Rays please call 01344 662928.

 E-mail:  sightandsensibility@yahoo.co.uk 

 

Support for anyone with sight loss - Craft, Social and walking clubs

CLICK HERE for more info

 

The Cancer Support Network:  Have you been affected by Cancer ?

Meeting other people with similar experiences can be invaluable

The aim of the Cancer Support Network and Cancer Champions project is to support people with cancer at any point along their journey. It also aims to support the wider family network.

The scheme is for anyone with cancer, or those supporting them, located in or around the Berkshire boroughs of Wokingham, Bracknell, Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead. The project will bring together information and resources as well as offer emotional support through a volunteer network, offering a listening ear.

Monthly meet-ups are also available, bringing together people in the community affected by cancer, giving them the opportunity to meet each other and share experiences. People can access the service through a referral. This may be through a GP, health professional, family member or self-referral.  Click the link below to access our referral form

https://involve.community/cancer/

WEBSITE     E-mail:  office@cedarhopecare.co.uk      Tel: 0118 991 9115   

Cedar Care Hope Service are a professional led organization providing accommodation, professional services and support for adults from the age of 18 to 65 who present with mental health needs, autism and learning disabilities. The company is part of ISWP Group of companies, and the leadership and management of company is provided by professional social workers and has a registered manager who has a professional nursing background. Their commitment is to provide a bespoke professional service to each vulnerable adult we work with, working closely with their friends and families and with the group of professionals supporting them

 
 

 

 

www.citizensadvice.org.uk

The Bracknell & District Citizens Advice Bureau are now offering monthly help at King's Corner Surgery on Wednesdays (call to make an appointment), Sunninghill and also every Tuesday, 10am to 12 noon at the Ascot & District Day Centre in Bagshot Road, Sunninghill.