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Charity number 269845. Please contact the Day centre on 01344 624923 for more information on our opening times and services.
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Is a small local charity, staffed entirely by volunteers, which provides transport for elderly local residents to and from their medical appointments. See the website to discover more about the service and volunteering opportunities. Bookings for use of the service should be made a maximum of 4 weeks in advance of your appointment.
Lynwood Village is an award-winning retirement village with superb facilities, including a restaurant, bar, coffee shop, hair salon, beauty spa and swimming pool. It is situated on the same site as Lynwood Care Centre, which provides life-enhancing care for people of all ages. Both the Village and Care Centre are run by Ben (www.ben.org.uk), a not-for-profit organisation that partners with the automotive industry to provide support for life to its people and their families.
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The Centre is an exclusive dual use facility and offers a variety of leisure pursuits from coaching courses, children’s term time and holiday activities, children’s parties, conference facilities, 50 station gym, special event packages and much more.
Practice opening hours Mon-Fri 8am-6.30pm. Extended hours: Tuesday evenings 6.30-7.30pm (Doctor and Nurse); Saturday 8.30-11.30am (Nurse only). Note that Saturday surgeries occur three times per month.
Schemes are in place throughout the village to encourage residents to take crime prevention measures and watch out for suspicious activity. Police warnings are passed on to members by email.
Volunteer Police Cadets is a Youth group based on Policing principles for 13 to 18 year olds. We meet every Wednesday evening from 7 to 9pm at Maidenhead Police Station.
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Is the leading planning watchdog seeking to maintain the attractive neighbourhoods and extensive Green Belt areas that local residents have been lucky enough to inherit. SPAE coverage includes Sunningdale. SPAE recognises the need for new development and the renewal of housing stock but believes both can, and should, be done in sympathy with the local landscape.
To this end, SPAE’s volunteers, acting apolitically, monitor all local planning applications and consult with developers, submitting objections or observations where necessary to planning authorities.
New members are always welcome.
An amateur musical theatre group who perform musicals and light operas. Annual production (in July) and various concerts. New members always welcome.
Contact Sheila Knight.
Enthusiastic amateur photographers who enjoy meeting to share their interest in taking pictures. All types of still photography including digital. Various exhibitions & competitions in interesting programme. We meet on the first Thursday of the month. Contact: Janet Lesley
Celebrated its centenary in 2013 and moved to the present site in Whitmore Lane in 1921. Although the present clubhouse dates from 1984, the grounds in general have remained largely unchanged. Over the years, the gardens have provided a wonderful backdrop to the green and they remain one of the most magnificent bowling environments in the area, with excellent facilities including a fine club house serving refreshments. Visitors are always welcome at the club to watch bowling or join in one of the open days.
Described by Golf Week magazine as ‘the quintessential English Club and as close to Augusta National as any club in the British Isles’. It has two courses in the World Top 100 and the Top 5 in England. Opened in 1900, Sunningdale Old Course was designed by Willie Park Junior. It was laid out in the last days of the gutty ball, over a mixture of hills, heath and woodland not previously considered suitable for golf course construction. Sunningdale’s New Course was designed by Colt and Morrison in 1923 on heathland including small copses and broom.
The Club has always felt part of the local community, enjoying the support of local residents over the course of its long history. Sunningdale has hosted many prestigious golf tournaments, including the British Masters, Walker Cup, Women’s British Open and Senior British Open and the unique iconic Sunningdale Foursomes.
An active group for boys and girls, comprising three sections: Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. They meet weekly during term time. The sections undertake a wide range of activities to help them explore the world in which they live, encouraging them to discover their own abilities, develop their creative talents, keep fit and enjoy outdoor pursuits. The Group is always on the look-out for suitable adult leaders to join in the fun. Contact: Hilary Crofton, Joint Group Scout Leader.
The Women’s Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in food production. Since then, its aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK.
Sunningdale WI was formed in 1920 and is proud to be more than 100 years old. There is a lively agenda with excellent speakers and regular outings. Meetings take place on the second Wednesday of each month in the WI Hall at Broomhall Lane recreation ground. New members are most welcome. Contact: Gillian Gresswell.
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Coordinates many of the local activities in Sunningdale. Currently, activities take place in Sunningdale Village Hall and Holy Trinity Church, both situated in Church Road, as well as Holy Trinity School and the Hope Centre.