The Wokingham Paper

IN THE COMMUNITY: Inner Wheel Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh

Inner Wheel Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh
The Inner Wheel Club of Reading Maiden Erlegh

As often as possible we volunteer at Lakeside Residential Home, Whiteknights Road in Earley, assisting staff and their new activities co-ordinator Sarah.

The residents are pleased to see familiar faces coming in for a chat and eagerly gather to find out what we have planned for them.

During February/March we will be making Easter cards, organising a quiz and having a coffee and cake morning. We are always looking for new ideas.

In their pretty garden we have planted a white peace rose with a plaque commemorating the anniversary of the end of the First World War.

Three of the residents braved the cold to celebrate with us.

If you are interested to find out more about the fun and friendship we enjoy please visit our website where you will also find contact numbers.

Toni Trathen, Club Correspondent


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