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A Beaconsfield charity who's aims are to improve wellbeing in the community and specifically tackle social isolation and loneliness.
- Services currently include a Listening Ear, online and phone help and signposting, buddy network helping with shopping and errands.
Walking is a great way to get out and about and meet new people while improving your health and wellbeing. Simply Walkers are out in all weathers, smiling, talking and enjoying each others company.
Our volunteer-led walks run all year, with over 700 walkers who join us on one of over 80 walks across the county every week. Volunteer leaders are there to help you walk at your own pace, so there is no need to worry about being left behind, lost or feeling left out.
Most walks are weekly, but we also hold fortnightly and monthly walks at some locations.
A friendly organisation for all women, whatever your age! We meet on the third Monday of the month at 7.30pm. We meet monthly in St Teresa's Parish Rooms for a talk on various subjects from apple growing to volcanos! We also have a walking group ( walks usually end up with a coffee shop!) and a craft club ( a good opportunity to natter)
We are also part of the National Federation of Womens Institutes and campaign for issues that are of interest to women.
£44 per year, includes 11 monthly meetings
* Meeting via Zoom during covid restrictions, hoping to meet face to face in July
Beaconsfield Town Guide booklet lists all the organisations in the town and key events that take place with contact details. (A5 booklet printed by Beaconsfield Town Council).
Older People’s Guide booklet which includes local activities and various support services. (A5 booklet printed by South Bucks District Council).
Best place to pick up your free copies – the Library.
There are various noticeboards in the town which are kept up-to-date, so worth a look.
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