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ENRYCH (Berkshire): Volunteer Project

Our Vision is that every adult, aged 17 upwards, with a physical disability is given the opportunity to realise their dreams, recognise their potential and live the lives they want.

Thus, the main aim of the charity is to provide the freedom for our Members (physically disabled adults referred to us) to choose from the almost unlimited range of leisure, learning or sporting activities of their own choice, in partnership with one of our Volunteers on a one-to-one basis.


Who to contact

Contact Name
Roz Watts
Contact Position
Volunteer Coordinator
0844 412 7501
0118 929 1675
Enrych Berkshire

Where to go

ENRYCH Berkshire
Room G1, TOB1, Earley Gate
University of Reading

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