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Age Concern Twyford & District is a small adult day centre and serves older members of the community in Twyford, Hurst, Wargrave, Sonning, Ruscombe and Charvil.
The Twyford Centre, Polehampton Close, Twyford RG10 9RP
Building for the Future is a Wokingham based, parent led charity providing activities, support and therapy for children with disabilities and/or additional needs and their families.
Our House, Toutley Road, Wokingham RG41 1QN
Camp Mohawk is an activity centre providing a range of facilities and natural space for children and young people with special needs.
Highfield Lane, Crazies Hill, Wargrave RG10 8PU
Enabling children and young people aged 5 to 19 years with additional needs to participate in mainstream activities (for example Scouts, Youth/Sports Clubs etc).
Parkside House, Unit 6, 15 Headley Road, Woodley RG5 4JB
The Twyford & Ruscombe Horticultural Association is a ‘not for profit’ organisation run by volunteers. It promotes gardening and allotment cultivation to all ages.
Loddon Hall Rd, Twyford RG10 9JA
Reading Outdoor Group organises a varied programme of outdoor activities and indoor social events throughout the year. It is both a social and outdoor group for a wide range of ages, both singles and couples.
Daisy’s Dream is a support service which responds to the needs of children and families affected by life threatening illness or bereavement across Berkshire and the surrounding areas.
PO Box 4738, Twyford RG10 9GT
Twyford & District Round Table are a group of people who meet regularly to chat, eat, drink, have some fun – eat and drink some more and sometimes help the local community.
The Lend and Play Toy Library is a charity based in Woodley that has a collection of toys and books, specially selected to help with children’s development, which are loaned out for a nominal fee.
Next to the Ambleside Centre, Ambleside Close, Woodley RG5 4JJ
The Twyford & Ruscombe branch of the Women Institute meets on the third Monday of each month except August, from 2pm to 4pm in St Mary’s Church Hall in Twyford.
St Mary's Church Hall, Station Road, Twyford RG10 9NT
Twyford & Ruscombe Floral Art Club’s monthly meetings involve demonstrations by area/national demonstrations, sales, raffles, excursions, flower arranging sessions and competitions.
Charvil Piggott Primary School, Park Lane, Charvil RG10 9TR
Twyford & Ruscombe Local History Society provides a programme of talks by entertaining and well-informed speakers on historical subjects both local and further afield.
Mrs J Poulter, Membership Secretary, 17 Weirpool Court, Silk Lane, Twyford RG10 9GY
Twyford Together runs projects, events and activities that aim to improve the character, culture, heritage, infrastructure and environment of Twyford and Ruscombe.
Twyford Snooker Club is a social club that never closes, snooker games with no time limit, one guest invitation a week, and reduced subscriptions for the retired.
Twyford Snooker Club, 19 Wargrave Road, Twyford RG10 9NY
Twyford & District Fishing Club is a friendly, community-based fishing club with a proud history. Open to all, Twyford & District Fishing Club is dedicated to providing fine fishing in attractive surroundings.
Twyford Over 60s Club offers a warm welcome to all.
St Mary's Church Hall, Station Road, Twyford RG10 9NT
Thames Valley Police is the largest non-metropolitan police force in England and Wales, covering the counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
Loddon Valley Police Station, Rushey Way, Lower Earley RG6 4PS
Thriving bowling club at the heart of Twyford.
12a Wargrave Road, Twyford RG10 9PG
A website with detailed calendar of recreational events including clubs and classes around Hust.
Representing and providing services and facilities to all who live in or pass through Twyford. The full Parish Council meetings are open to all and are usually held at 7.45pm at Loddon Hall on the fourth Tuesday of the month except August.
Lucy Moffat, Clerk to Twyford Parish Council, 16 Gooch Close, Twyford RG10 0XS
The Church of St Mary the Virgin is located in the heart of Wargrave. Beautifully situated beside Mill Green, it is the oldest and biggest of the three churches and accommodates the parish office.
Mill Green, Station Road, Wargrave RG10 8EU
The work of St Peter’s church is concentrated on a single Sunday service, but its members maintain an active focus for social activities in the community of Knowl Hill, along with the village association. There is a church school next door. St Peter’s church is the second church in the parish of Wargrave with Knowl Hill.
4 Bath Road, Knowl Hill RG10 9XB
The Anglican parish of St Mary the Virgin in Twyford and St James the Great in Ruscombe are joined with Twyford’s United Reformed Church in a Local Ecumenical Partnership. This means their ministers work as a team together with a youth worker and are able to take services in all three churches.
St Mary's Church Centre, Station Road, Twyford RG10 9NT
The smallest church within the parish of Wargrave with Knowl Hill. One service a month is held in St Paul’s Mission Church, Warren Row, under the auspices of the clergy of the parish.
Warren Row, Knowl Hill RG10 8QN
Charvil Parish Council is committed to supporting the local community and providing a safe and interesting environment in which to visit, live, work and play.
According to Thames Valley Enterprise, the Wokingham area has enjoyed the highest rate of business growth in the UK for 15 years. This is reflected by a mix of local market trading and big business. Much of the University of Reading is located within the Wokingham borough.
Shute End, Wokingham RG40 1BN
Everything necessary to keep these rural communities in touch with each other and with the latest news in local planning, the church, the parish council, the school and local charities – as well as annual events such as the parish fete and village show, and not forgetting the cricket club and local businesses.
The primary concern of Hurst Village Society is to protect the physical environment and maintain the rural aspect of the area. It aims to promote greater use of the village amenities and to encourage their expansion.
St Nicholas Hurst Parish Council consists of ten elected volunteers who are responsible for overseeing a number of amenities in the village, including two playgrounds and the allotments. Members of the council work closely with Wokingham Borough Council and Hurst Village Society to ensure the parish is maintained and developed for the benefit of both parishioners and visitors.
Maria Bradshaw, Clerk to St Nicholas Hurst Parish Council, The Office, 9 Primrose Lane, Winnersh RG41 5UR
Charvil Village Society events are open to everyone, whether or not resident in Charvil. There’s usually one social event a month, such as a quiz night, race night, concert, tea party or country walk.