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The Windsor Ascot and Maidenhead Community Database's  mission is to help local people to get involved with local community projects. They want to remove the red tape and get you connected with the groups who need volunteers. Are you ready to volunteer? Do you have some free time you would like to fill in the pursuit of helping others? Do you want to get involved with your local community and make a real difference? Well now is a great time to start!.

WAM  also offers training for volunteering:

They provide a course to deliver a ‘Volunteer Passport’ which covers:

  • Safeguarding adults
  • Safeguarding children
  • Communication
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Boundaries and Confidentiality
Read more: Windsor Ascot and Maidenhead Community Database


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LINk is a network of local people, organisations and groups that want to make care services better. Your LINk gives you the chance to say what you think and to suggest ideas to help improve services. Your LINk will also work with care professionals to make sure your views are heard.
If you have got something to say about health and social care please contact us.

Phone: 0300 111 0102 and ask to talk to Kayleigh Argyle, Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead Development Officer




The Winkfield and Ascot Good Neighbours match volunteer drivers with people who need lifts to medical appointments and similar. 


yourSanctuary (formerly Surrey Women’s Aid) was established in June 1977 and is a registered charity supporting women, men and children who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse. Confidential practical and emotional support is offered and the charity aims to enable survivors of abuse to restore their lives and reverse the damage which the abuse causes.
The statistics are staggering:
One case of domestic abuse occurs every 20 seconds in the UK; it is the 2nd most common violent crime in Great Britain.

2 women every week and 30 men per year are killed in England and Wales by current or former partners; domestic abuse has more repeat victims than any other crime.

One in 3 women in Surrey and one in 6 men will experience some form of domestic abuse – physical, psychological, emotional, sexual or financial – in their lifetime.


Read more: yourSanctuary | Surrey Domestic Abuse Charity

All sorts of advice, contacts and support for young people in the Bracknell and Ascot area, visit



 help for young people   youth line bracknell