Click on any of the links below to visit Slough’s neighbouring U3A groups:-
Local support & social groups – follow links for more information.
- Active Slough – a selection of activities such as walks or seated exercise suitable for the over 50’s
- Age UK Berkshire offers a number free services – Information & Advice, Befriending, Getting Out & About. For more information visit the drop-in centre at 29 Church Street, Slough, SL1 1PL
- Alzheimers Dementia Support runs drop-in centres on Tuesdays at Kingsway United Reformed Church, Slough and Holy Family Church, Langley
- Apna Virsa – a community organisation that aims to contribute to community cohesion, tolerance and integration and to increase access to learning opportunities in fun and creative ways for individuals and families.
- FallsFree4Life aims to prevent falls entirely in those aged 65 and over in the Slough area. Our team of Wellness Coaches will carry out a detailed assessment of your falls risk while collaborating with you and your family to develop a package of community-based support.
- Meet & Mingle is a voluntary, non-profit organisation which helps to empower and support women whilst building lifelong friendships and having fun.
- Men’s Matters run a weekly drop-in for older men every Tuesday at Longwood Park Resource Centre, Common Road, Langley, SL3 8TN. The aim of Men’s Matters is to bring together older men from all walks of life to form new friendships and participate in activities that contribute to their good health, overall well-being and learning new skills.
- Healthwatch Slough is the consumer champion for health and social care locally. We want to hear about your experiences of using services in Slough.
- Royal Voluntary Service Berkshire We have volunteers across Berkshire who offer help and support so older people can stay independent at home.
- The Silver Line is the only free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people, open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
- Slough Carers Support provides free advice and information to Carers in Slough.
- Slough Older People’s Forum (no website) provides information & campaigns on issues relative to older people’s lives. Meetings at Kingsway United Reformed Church, Church Street SL1 1SZ on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 1:30 pm.
- Slough Senior Citizens Group promotes healthy living for Senior Citizens. Regular weekly exercise sessions (yoga and keep fit), as well as occasional workshops and seminars on health-related subjects.
Other social and sports clubs in & around Slough:
- Burnham Community Library managed by a small team of excellent staff assisted by the Friends of Burnham Library. We offer a wide range of activities and events to both delight the community and to raise funds to help keep the library going.
- Cippenham Bowls Club
- Cippenham Table Tennis Club
- The Curve Choir – A community choir open to all ages and abilities. The Curve Choir regularly performs at events and have become a notable singing group in Slough.
- Farnham Common Community Library
- Friends of Slough Canal
- Gerrards Cross Summer Schools run in July-August every year, covering a wide variety of topics.
- Hedgerley Historical Society meet monthly at the Memorial Hall in Kiln Lane SL2 3UZ. Further details from John Lovelock – 01753-647187; email@example.com. (Alternate website here)
- Herschel Astronomical Society
- Jubilee River Riverside Centre – Slough’s new water sports centre offering Rowing, Kayaking and more.
- Maidenhead Folk Club meets every Thursday evening at the New Inn.
- Middle Thames Archaeological and Historical Society meets on the 2nd Friday of each month at St Andrew’s Church Centre in Stoke Poges
- Nightingale Bridge Club meets every Tuesday evening 7:30pm to 9:30pm in the Meeting Room at Holy Redeemer Church, Wexham Rd, SL2 5QR. Beginners and experienced players are both welcome.
- Slough Allotment Federation We are your voice for allotments in the borough.
- Slough & Windsor Railway Society. The Society meets for illustrated talks on Friday nights in a former Great Western Railway building adjacent to Slough railway station. Non-members are most welcome.
- Slough Bowls Club
- Slough Co-operative Film Society showing contemporary films in a friendly environment.
- Slough Philharmonic Society The full-sized symphony orchestra combines professional and amateur musicians, usually auditioning for membership. The orchestra is always looking for experienced players. We give four or five concerts each season, including two choral concerts.
- Slough Writers is a friendly and supportive group for writers of all abilities, meeting every Monday evening. Workshops, discussions, competitions, feeback, and guest speakers.
- Stoke Poges Photographic club are in their 50th year! Regular meetings are at 8pm every Tuesday at The Village Centre, Roger’s Lane, Everyone will always be welcomed whenever they decide to come along.
- Stoke Poges, Wexham and Fulmer Horticultural Society We have four lecture evenings during the year on wide ranging topics. Our Spring Plant Sale is also very popular and affords a wonderful opportunity to purchase a variety of plants, some grown by our members and others grown commercially but sold at a discount.
- The Stoke Poges Society
- Stoke Poges Bridge Club Playing on Monday afternoons from 1.30pm – 5pm in the main hall of St Andrew’s Church, Rogers Lane. We are very friendly and have attracted players from the village and from further afield.
- South Bucks Archers – Our shooting ground is at St Bernard’s Catholic Grammar School, 1 Langley Road, Slough SL3 7AF. where we have use of their large field and sports hall.
- Wexham Bowls Club
- Windsor Bridge Club
- Windsor Historical Society
- Windsor Photographic Society
- Windsor & District Ramblers are a branch of the national Ramblers charity with an extensive and varied program of walks to suit all abilities in and around Windsor and Slough. Full program click here.