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Leisure activity details for Reading and Wokingham in 2017-18 now available

Autism Berkshire’s 2017-18 programme of leisure activities is taking shape.

Details of sessions until March next year of the Reading Games Club, for children and teenagers with autism aged 8 to 15, or who are on the waiting list for diagnosis – plus their siblings – and the Wokingham Youth Group, for 8 to 17-year-olds, are now available.

The Reading Games Club will be meeting tomorrow afternoon, Saturday, April 8, at Emmer Green Youth & Community Centre, but the Wokingham Youth Group is taking an Easter break, with its next session being held on Saturday, May 6.

We are finalising details of funding for our youth groups in Bracknell, Slough and Windsor and will make information about future sessions available as soon as possible.

Please note that due to the popularity of our youth groups, children must be registered in advance in order to attend, so please do not just turn up at sessions.

If places at youth groups are not available immediately, we will place names on a waiting list and notify parents and carers when their children can join.

Meetings of the Level Up Club in Reading, for autistic 16 to 25-year-olds who enjoy video and board games, have also been arranged through to March 2018. This group, which meets twice a month at Emmer Green Youth & Community Centre, currently has places available for new members.

Please note that Level Up will be taking an Easter break, so there will not be a session on Saturday, April 15.

Dates for our popular trampolining classes for four to 18-year-olds with autism in Reading and Bracknell for the 2017 school summer term are also available now.

Click here for more information about our full range of leisure activities for individuals and families living with autism and click here for our full events calendar.