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We’re giving Christmas a mention early in this edition, but for good reason as we look ahead to the magnificent tea party for the elderly being organised in December by an alliance of local organisations.
In keeping with the seniors theme, our featured charity is Age Concern Twyford and District – a wonderful group of people who run the day centre in Polehampton Close as well as outreach services. We also have a piece by domiciliary care provider Home Instead Senior Care.
We learn about the adult pottery painting evenings at HaaHoos (I can personally recommend!), and how Twyford Windows can help us reduce our winter energy bills. The lovely Kran is back with another delicious recipe from The CookCurry Club – this time a healthy mung bean salad.
We also hear about Healthwatch Wokingham’s Community Cash Fund and bring you another update from Thames Valley Police.
My Nikkipedia this time is a compilation of facts about the Summer Olympics – haven’t they been amazing again this year! Don’t forget there’s a chance to throw your own ‘Mobot’ at the Twyford Charity Family Fun Run on 9 October.
New in this issue: check out our competitions page for a chance to win tickets to some great local events. As you’ll see, this magazine has more pages given over to community content than ever before, since there is so much going on in and around our vibrant RG10 area. Happy reading!
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