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The Forest Estate Community Hub
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The Forest Estate Community Hub opened in October 2012 and is managed by The Journey Church in partnership with residents, schools, charities, agencies and local government including Runnymede Borough Council.
is to provide an inclusive & attractive environment where all residents of the Forest Estate, especially children and young people, can access helpful services, enjoyable activities and a space everyone can use for social events, clubs & ventures - acting as a catalyst for raising individual and community aspirations and building pride in our Estate.
Activities and services include:
Hall hire is also available for groups, parties & meetings
57 Larchwood Drive, TW20 0SL
Tel: 01784 557040
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The Forest Estate Community Hub is situated in the heart of Englefield Green West on the outskirts of Windsor Great Park and within easy reach of the A30 and M25.
Complete with ample parking facilities the Hub boasts a large hall with stage, fully equipped kitchen and a community garden to relax in. Wi Fi is freely available and there is disabled access to all areas.
It is an ideal venue for a wide range of events including parties, clubs and societies, family celebrations, indoor sporting activities as well as business and team events.
Whether you a planning a one off event of looking to book regular sessions, come and see what we can offer at the Community Hub.
For booking information and hire rates please contact the Manager
Served by a visiting Priest every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 10.30 a.m.
Information: Mr Agisilaos Mikellides
Tel: 01753 840 577
Friendly welcoming Parish Church for Lyne & Longcross.
Acts as interface between Chamber and Runnymede Council.
Part of the English Civil War Society - shows and events to recreate the past. A lot of fun and history - always looking for new members.
See website for details.
Just Advocacyis an independent organisation committed to the highest standards of advocacy practice on behalf of people with learning disabilities and other vulnerable groups.
We offer independent advocacy services, facilitated self advocacy groups and resources for people with learning disabilities in West Surrey, North East Hampshire and BracknellForest.
In addition Just Advocacy provides Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA) and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguarding (DOLS) services in West Surrey and North East Hampshire; Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) in North East Hampshire; Person Centred Planning support for people with learning disabilities in North East Hampshire; and Training Services for people with learning disabilities in Bracknell Forest.
Day Nursery & Pre-School for children aged 3mths to 5 years, open all year 8am - 6pm (early drop off by arrangement) Full Day, Short Day to 4pm, AM/PM sessions, plus Term Time Only Govt Funded Sessions & Holiday Play Schemes. Quality, Flexible & Affordable Childcare, Free Transport for children from Englefield Green. Established in 1994 now in our own spacious refurbished premises in Bagshot with good outdoor space and access to playing fields. Large car park & meals are included and freshly prepared by our Chef. We are a Registered Educational Charity & Community Group not for profit, any surplus is reinvested in the nursery for the benefit of the children. Ofsted 2012 'Children feel safe and secure due to the caring and responsive approach of staff, the organization of all play areas is exceptional' Open afternoons every Tuesday at 1.45pm (including school holidays) enjoy a Free music session with us, have a tour of the nursery and meet our dedicated professional team. Music sessions are open to the community and parents & carers are welcome to join in the music sessions on an ongoing basis at £3 per child.
Charity No 1144850, Member NADN, Pre-School Learning Alliance Accreditation, Ofsted Registered, Investor in People Award, NCT Venue.
What makes Luckley-Oakfield special?
On arrival at Open mornings, visitors often ask “What makes Luckley-Oakfield special?” By the time they have finished looking around the school, seen glimpses of lessons in action and talked to some of our staff and pupils, our visitors have discovered for themselves what makes Luckley-Oakfield so special.
One prospective parent at our recent Open Day registered her daughter there and then, saying “I have looked at a few other schools in the area that have had more glitz and glam, but when you scratch beneath the surface, they don’t have the heart of Luckley”. And that says it all; Luckley is a small, warm and welcoming school, with a big heart. Our strong Christian ethos radiates throughout the school; bringing traditional family values and morals to the forefront of everything we do.
Our girls thrive and really do achieve their full academic potential. Our small class sizes and tailored teaching programmes ensure that each girl is given the very best teaching and support that she needs to obtain the best grades that she possibly can.
Our results speak for themselves with 100% pass rate at A-Level in 2011, with 89% achieving A*/B grades. All of our Sixth Form leavers secured places at their chosen university. Our GCSE students also excelled, with 58% A*/A grades and all students achieving at least 5 GCSE A*-C including English and Mathematics.
Our school transport service brings many of our day girls in from across Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey and offers two end of day collection times to facilitate participation in extended day activities.
So what makes Luckley-Oakfield special? Come along to our Open Morning or arrange an individual visit and experience the “heart of Luckley” for yourself.
Prospective parents can either make an appointment to visit the school or can attend an Open Days on Wednesday 20h March 2012 or Wednesday 2nd May 9.30am – 12 noon.
For further details or to request a prospectus please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a local community resource for Maidenhead and the surrounding area including a discussion forum.