Find out more about local social groups around Slough

As we age, it is important to stay socially are some of our local social groups in our area.

As we age, maintaining social connections becomes increasingly important for our health and wellbeing. For older adults in Slough, there are numerous groups and organisations dedicated to promoting socialisation and community engagement.

The Slough U3A (University of the Third Age) is one such group that offers a range of activities for those over 50. Members can participate in a variety of interest groups, from walking and gardening to art and history. This group provides an opportunity for seniors to learn new skills, make new friends and stay active.

Another social group for seniors in Slough is the Age Concern Slough and Berkshire East, which offers a range of services, lunch clubs, and exercise programs. Their Silver Surfers program helps seniors to overcome digital barriers by providing training on how to use technology such as smartphones and tablets.

For those looking to stay active and enjoy the outdoors, the Slough Walks group organizes regular walks throughout the area. This not only provides an opportunity for exercise but also allows seniors to explore new parts of the community.

There are also several community centres located throughout Slough that offer social activities and events for seniors. The Britwell Community Centre has a weekly tea and chat event, while the Chalvey Community Centre hosts bingo nights, craft sessions and more.

In addition to these groups, there are many other ways for seniors to stay connected in and around Slough, such as volunteering or attending local events. Whether its through joining a group or simply getting out and exploring the community, staying socially engaged is key to maintaining a happy and healthy lifestyle as we age.