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Join us for a walk in the park with Dogs for Good

We are inviting autistic adults (18+) to take part in a free walk later this month in Bracknell with one of Dogs for Good’s community dogs.

Dogs for Good provides animal assisted intervention support to children and adults in the town with a range of additional needs, including autism, through a partnership with Bracknell Forest Council.

The walk will take place at the town’s South Hill Park on Thursday, June 27, setting off from the rear of the arts centre building at 10am.

Just 10 places are available for this event, and places must be booked in advance.

The walk offers the opportunity to meet one of the charity’s friendly community dogs and their handler, along with Autism Berkshire’s senior adult autism support mentor Michelle Errington.

If the weather is poor, there will be an opportunity to get to know the community dog indoors at Bracknell Open Learning Centre instead.

If this trial event proves popular, we plan to organise some more walks later in the year.

To book a free place or to ask questions about the walk, email us at or call 01189 594 594 (option 1) and leave a voicemail message.