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Our first anniversary will be on 1st April. At the centre, a special anniversary cake prepared by Irene Texel will be cut by Thatcham Town Mayor, Councillor Gary Johnson. We will continue with a 'cake day' which, if anything like last time, will run through until Friday afternoon!
Also on 1st April we are holding our Anniversary Quiz Night. This has been so popular we have already filled the venue, with no space left for any more teams to take part.
On Saturday 18th April we are holding an open day as part of Feel Good Fortnight. Everyone is welcome to just drop in between noon and 4 p.m.
On Saturday 25th April why not visit us at our stand at the Thatcham Volunteer Fair, at the Catholic Church Hall, 7, Bath Road, Thatcham
Throughout his year in office, Councillor Gary Johnson, Mayor of Thatcham, has been raising funds for us as one of his Charities of the Year. On 1st May we have been invited to a special reception where Councillor Johnson will present us with the proceeds from all the events he has organised through his tenure. We are most grateful to him for his tireless work, promoting awareness of what we do and helping to raise funds for us.
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Opened in April 2014, West Berkshire Therapy Centre is a specialised therapy gym for people with disabilities in west Berkshire and surrounding areas. We are a not for profit charitable organisation and invite voluntary contributions at the lowest rates compatible with providing an excellent service for as many people as possible.
Exercise is proven to help many conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, parkinsons and arthritis. With specialist power assisted equipment, West Berkshire therapy centre allows for exercise in a safe, relaxed, accessible environment supervised by a qualified physiotherapist.
"I couldn't do this without you. Now I will be able to walk her down the aisle and give my daughter away when she gets married." Stroke survivor
Our broad aim is to understand the currently unmet health and well-being needs of the local community and to identify opportunities where we, as part of the 'not-for-profit' sector, can fill some of those gaps and provide helpful, much needed, good quality services.
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Charity of the Year