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Let’s Connect Community Wellbeing Network

Let’s Connect is our social network to support your wellbeing, by helping you connect with others, organisations, services, and opportunities in our community.  

By joining the Network, you will bring your own strengths as well as gain from the support of others.

What we can offer

  • Let’s Connect network meetings: We have regular meetings in Maidenhead, Newbury, Reading, Slough, and Wokingham for you to build a social network or to simply have contact with someone
  • Individual meetings: We can offer up to six individual meetings to help you think about what you would like to do or connect with in your life
  • Community connection: We can connect you to local community groups and organisations that can support you 

Read about Richard's experience with the Let's Connect Wellbeing Network

You need to be aged 18 or over to become a member.

You might live in Maidenhead, Newbury, Reading, Slough, or Wokingham and feel that more social contact and better information about your local community would boost your overall wellbeing. 

You don’t need to have a diagnosis of a mental health condition or be receiving care.

You may have had support for your mental health in the past, or still receiving support now, and you want to make more choices about how to support your health. 

Our next event

You don’t need to book. Just contact us to find out when our next event is and come along.

To find out more, visit our Eventbrite page, read our leaflet, or contact us.

Visit our Eventbrite page to see upcoming events (opens new browser tab)

Read our Let's Connect leaflet (pdf)

Call or email us if you have any questions.

Call 0300 365 4440

Email LetsConnect@berkshire.nhs.uk


The Bardo Lounge
High Street


Room G2
Ground floor, Broadway House
4-8 The Broadway
RG14 1BA


First floor
The Biscuit Factory
1 Queens Walk


Tesco Extra Café
Brunel Way


Community Hub
Waterford House
Erftstadt Court
RG40 2YF

Our Neurodiversity Passport can help you communicate your needs to our staff. It covers sensory processing, your communication preferences, and topics that might make you feel anxious and overwhelmed, so that we can support you.   

Read about our neurodiversity passport