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Reigate Priory Tennis Club
Reigate Priory Tennis Club’ s facilities include four new grass courts for 2021 as well as four artificial clay courts with free floodlighting and a modern clubhouse with a licensed bar.
Reigate Stepping Stones
The main aim of the Reigate Stepping Stones is to provide the sense of normality to people with mental health problems somewhere to meet in a friendly relaxed environment with like minded people which is similar to the variety of clubs that exists in the local community that specialise; namely Cricket Clubs, Golf Clubs, Theatre Groups, Church groups, etc.
Reigate Stepping Stones
Members can socialise with their friends and make new ones in a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. Members can give help, support and encouragement to each other. It enables members to improve their self-confidence and self-worth.
Reigate Tennis Club
Reigate Tennis Club has a number of teams includes men, ladies, mixed, and vets, leagues with matches throughout the year. As well as tennis, there is an active social side with many events such as barbecues, quiz nights and themed evenings throughout the year. There are 5 artificial clay courts, 2 tarmac courts - floodlit, 1 artificial grass court - floodlit, practice wall, spacious clubhouse with bar and kitchen and changing rooms with showers.
REMAP is a national charity which makes or modifies equipment when nothing suitable is available through mainstream sources.
Brooklands Museum in Weybridge hosts a monthly Reminiscence Cafe for people with dementia, their families and carers. The cafe runs on the second Thursday of the month from 2.30pm-4pm, except during school holidays.
Remploy - Specialist Employability Support (SES)
This service is for people with multiple, complex barriers to employment and require a longer journey of support lasting up to 12 months. At the end of the customer’s journey, their Specialist Coach will either support the customer directly into employment or advise their JCP Work Coach on their recommended next steps.
Employment and Volunteering
To provide for homeless and disadvantaged people in and around Redhill a range of welfare and accommodation services in the name and with the love of Christ, seeking to bring new hope and new opportunity to rebuild damaged lives. We work in professional partnership with relevant voluntary and statutory agencies while giving the maximum opportunity for volunteers to serve in all our activities.
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