We have over 20 regular groups using the centre. Either click on the name or scroll down to find out more about them.
A gentle aerobic class for 1/2 hour followed by stretch bandwork, balance and core excerise, on the floor. We welcome all- you don't have to be 50+ - Any age is welcome.
Dorothy Owen / 01344 628902 / 07718113068 / email@example.com
Artemis is a part time theatre, dance and cheer school, and full time free to attend performing arts sixthform. We are not for profit, and many of our courses and classes are free.
Bracknell Area Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing Support Group is for residents of Bracknell Forest and adjacent areas, that are either deaf or hard-of-hearing. The group meet twice a month for social discourse, informative discussion, support/help and refreshments.
Nigel King / 07947 675959 / firstname.lastname@example.org
John Crinnion / 01344 626153 / email@example.com
Bracknell Forest U3A runs over 50 interest groups on a wide range of topics for members giving an opportunity for education and social activity.
Committee meetings are held at the Birch Hill Community Centre at 6 week intervals, and Open Meetings are
held at the Bracknell Open Learning Centre in Rectory Lane
A group of U3A members who meet to play card and board games. You don't need to be able to play as we are happy to teach you.
Carol Clark / 07843 052616 / firstname.lastname@example.org
We race GT12 electric cars every Monday evening throughout the year (except some Bank Holidays). We run 2 championships each year - competitors must be club members and hold a BRCA license. Newcomers are welcome and cam borrow our club car for no charge.
We meet every four weeks on a Friday. Please see our Facebook page for dates. The aim of Bracknell Sling Library is to enable local parents to choose safe, ergonomic and comfortable baby carriers.
Leigh Hill / 07900 568273 / go.girlguiding.org.uk/join-us/join-as-member
Community Baptist Church is a small, friendly, bible based, Evangelical church. We meet at the community centre every Sunday morning at 10:30am for our morning service, followed by tea and a chat. If you are looking for a place to worship Christ or want to find out more about the Christian faith, do come along and join us one Sunday morning or use the contact details below to find out more..
The Drop In youth club held every other Friday during term time; 7pm until 9pm. Open to age 9 and above. Entry charge is £1 and we run a tuck shop. We provide a supervised, safe meeting place for the youth of the community to meet
Nicola Goddard / 07905 371767 / email@example.com
Self-protection and Martial Arts Training. Regular Classes: Tuesday & Thursday 20:00 - 22:00. Beginners always welcome.
Advanced training held on Saturday for all regular students with appropriate experience.
Fun, educational music classes for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Classes are small and gentle with a maximum of 10 children per session. Classes are based around singing, with instrument play, dancing and sensory props.
The Offcuts Sewing group meets the last Saturday of every month (not December). Time: 1pm - 5pm Cost: £5 Tea, coffee, refreshments provided. Anyone interested in sewing, knitting, quilting or other similar project is welcome. Bring your project, supplies and/or sewing machine. Ask for fitting assistance or help for what you are working on. No classes, but experienced advice offered. Plenty of sewing chat without the glazed-eye look!
Gabrielle Stanley / 0118 987 2753 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Joining our choir couldn’t be simpler. We meet every Wednesday 7:30pm-9:30pm (Term Time Only) and you are more than welcome to attend any rehearsal and join in, or just sit at the back and take it all in. There is no pressure to sing and there are definitely no auditions! You won’t be made to stand in front of the group and do a solo to prove you can sing! If you would like to come join us, please feel free to attend any one of our sessions. The first week is free!.
ADULT DANCE CLASSES : Tap Dance (beginners to experienced) and Jazz, Lyrical and Theatre Dance.
Tempted to learn or return to dance? Want to have fun dancing to a range of styles and rhythms, challenging your mind and body and keeping fit in the process?! Relaxed and friendly classes with ISTD qualified teacher. No previous experience required. First class FREE for Beginner Tap and Jazz, Lyrical and Theatre Dance. Some second-hand tap shoes available to borrow or buy. Classes run term-time at Birch Hill Community Centre and Bullbrook Community Centre. Click "Find Out More" for details of regular classes and holiday sessions.
The Thames Valley Contemporary Textile group welcomes all with an interest in contemporary textiles – whether beginner, intermediate or professional. We exhibit as a group every other year. Meetings are varied: talks, workshops, discussing work. Cost: £10. Tea and coffee provided. Please bring a pack lunch. We meet 4 times a year on a Saturday from 11-4pm in January, May, September and November. Please see our website below for specific dates.
If you love 'Strictly' and want to learn the dances without a partner, our Dance Fit class is for you.We also learn all your dance floor favourites. It's fun fitness for everyone. Great music and lots of laughter. Even if you have two left feet you can join in our class. We have PAYG or monthly payments available. Call or email Ali for more information and book your place.
Ali Cannon / 07894 873784 / email@example.com