CommUnity Expo Summer 2018
CommUnity Expo events showcase the growing range of groups and activities around Bracknell Forest. They are part of our Warm Welcome Programme and are designed to help people discover local activities that can improve physical or mental health.
Click on the links below to find out more about the groups represented at our latest Summer 2018 Community Expo or watch the video to hear what people said about the event. We have another planned for Spring 2019!
Why CommUnity Expo?
Because social isolation is a killer. It increases mortality risk by around a third as well as being consistently linked with everything from heart disease to depression and cognitive decline.
“The power of community to create health is far greater than any physician, clinic or hospital”
Mark Hyman 2012
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All Abilities Martial ArtsFind out more
Bracknell Active Retired Association
A diverse range of activities for retired people aged 50+.Find out more
Bracknell Bowling and Social Club
Not just bowls, come socialise in a safe and welcoming environment and enjoy a wide entertainment programmeFind out more
The self-help community where people share their skills, expertise, resources and goodwill to help others.Find out more
Popular chess courses across the local area that (re-)introduce people to the game of chessFind out more
East Berkshire Scrabble Club
Enjoy Scrabble and find out if "Aarrghh" is actually a word.Find out more
Look Beyond Theatre
Helping young people to develop and achieve their potential through performing artsFind out more
The non-runner running club for walkers or whippets. All inclusive, all ages and all abilities,Find out more
Sandhurst Day CentreFind out more
Free health walk schemes at your own pace in your local area.Find out more
No auditions, no pressure, just turn up, sing, have fun and enjoy.Find out more
Enjoy sporting reminiscence across generations, tackling dementia, depression and loneliness.Find out more
University of Third Age
For people no longer in full-time work wanting to keep socially, mentally and physically active. #LearningNotLonelyFind out more