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New Social networking group launching in Maidenhead

Image shows the hands of a person sitting at a table across from another person. The hands are holding a glass of water. There is text over the image that says Let's Connect Our Community Wellbeing Network

The Let’s Connect Community Wellbeing Network, facilitated by Berkshire Healthcare, is expanding into Maidenhead next month. Let’s Connect is a social network with over 227 members across Berkshire already benefiting from the support offered. There are currently weekly meetings in Slough and Reading, and meetings every two weeks in Wokingham and Newbury.

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Published 18 April 2024

What is Let’s Connect?

Let’s Connect was created to support the wellbeing of people in the community. They support by helping people connect socially and support connections with organisations, services, and opportunities in the community.  

The network is open to anyone aged 18 and over who feels they may benefit from more social contact and more information about the local community to support their overall wellbeing.

One network member said, “In the midst of life's busyness, connecting with such positive individuals through these events is truly rejuvenating."

The launch in Maidenhead

The first Let's Connect meeting in Maidenhead will take place on Wednesday 1st May 2024 from 1 - 2 PM and every week after at the same time. The group will meet at the Bardo Lounge, High Street, Maidenhead SL6 1QJ . Ling Clarke, one of our Let’s Connect Community Wellbeing Network Team Leads said, “We are really pleased to see regular attendees contributing to Slough Let’s Connect meetings since we started in February. We are extremely excited to start in Maidenhead from 1st May, and we look forward to seeing Let’s Connect grow further across Berkshire.”

Find out more about Let’s Connect on our website

The Let’s Connect Community Wellbeing Network is part of the Community Mental Health Transformation Programme. Find out more about what’s being done to improve our Community Mental Health Services on our website.

Find out more about the Community Mental Health Transformation