Volunteers Needed
Bracknell Forest Befriending Scheme

Whether you are looking to return to work, have retired and would like to spend your time carrying out a fulfilling and rewarding role, or would just like to meet new people, becoming a Befriender is one of the easiest ways to get involved and help with your community. There are many elderly and vulnerable people in Bracknell Forest, who are unable to get out due to frailty, and mobility. Being isolated can compound feelings of depression and loneliness, and having someone to talk to because they care and want to help voluntarily, can make a huge difference to someone who feels they have no one to turn to or talk to about their problems.

Volunteering as a Befriender is a great way to gain experience if you are looking into a career in care. We cover the cost of an Enhanced Criminal Record

Bureau Check, and also provide training including Level 1 Safeguarding Adults for free.

If you are caring and compassionate and have 1 or 2 hours a week spare to offer friendship to someone in need of company, or would like to find out about other volunteering roles in the Bracknell Borough call

Gemma Frewin on 01344 304404.

Would you like to give something back to your community and gain new skills and friends along the way?

MS SUPPORT AND THERAPY GROUP

Farnborough, Yateley, Fleet, Aldershot,

We are a small, friendly group of men and women of all ages from Farnborough and surrounding areas who have multiple sclerosis (MS).


We meet most Thursdays, 10am-1pm, at Farnborough Community Centre for some fun and laughter over a cup of coffee, a therapy session and a light lunch.  Some of our members use wheelchairs, others use sticks or walk unaided.


Having others to talk to who have been through similar experiences can be very helpful. Please come and join us.


For details call Andrea on 01252 616451 or Anne on 01252 875119

Website: www.mssupport.org.uk or email: mssupport@virginmedia.com

Have you ever wondered what singing can do for you?  It’s now widely known that singing is beneficial to your health and gives you the ‘feel good factor’.  It has a positive effect on the mind, body and soul; when you sing the body releases endorphins which help reduce stress and lift the spirit.

At Sing for Fun you can get all the benefits of singing in a friendly, fun environment.  No experience is necessary only enthusiasm.  You will receive tips on vocal technique, tuning and projection. No one has to sing by themselves and the emphasis is placed on the overall sound with everyone blending together in harmony.  


For more information please visit

www.singforfun.co.uk or call 08455 191391.

Sing for Fun’s friendly tutor, Sue Da Silva, will ensure that even the most inexperienced singer gets the best out of their voice over the 10 week sessions.

Various genres are covered including pop, musicals and

a-capella (singing unaccompanied).

Come and join us and see what singing can do for you. You’ll be amazed at what you can achieve when you join Sing for Fun.

Sing for Fun sessions are for anyone over the age of 21 who wishes they could sing.  They run every Wednesday 7.30pm to 9.30pm.  A new 10 week term starts Wednesday 9th May at High Cross Church, Knoll Road, Camberley. Try before you buy – you are welcome to come along and join in for a session  to see what Sing for Fun is all about