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Slough Outreach for the homeless

The secretary of LNF, Shin Dhother, has set out to make sure that the rough sleepers in Slough have a hot meal every night so they do not go to sleep hungry.

He has managed to coordinate a 7-day service to provide support and welfare to the homeless with the help of like-minded people and groups.

If anyone wants to get involved to discuss how they can help, visit website SloughOutreach.org


Thank you! 


Night Shelter for the rough sleepers
Langley churches started welcoming guests on their Night Shelter programme,
managed by the London and Slough Run, on New Year’s day. As in the past, during
the months of January-March, the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches
will be providing a meal and somewhere to spend the evening and night for
homeless people who would otherwise have to sleep out in the open.
The number of guests tends to build up over the period and can be over 20 some
weeks. This year boys from Eton College, a different group each week,
accompanied by a Master, are spending Monday evenings with the guests as part
of their community service. Like everyone who volunteers at the Shelter
project, they are also finding it a rewarding and humbling experience.


Langley Community Coffee Shop 

The Community Coffee Shop is an initiative of Langley Neighbourhood Forum, with the support of local churches.
It meets every Tuesday morning, 10:00 till 12:00, at Langley Library in Trelawney Avenue, to offer hospitality, companionship and information for all in the community of Langley.

About twice a month there are visiting speakers on a wide range of topics. Talks begin at about 10:30.


2nd Tuesday of each month – Langley Stroke Group

Langley Stroke Group has moved. It now meets from 11.00 am – 1.00 pm at St Francis Church on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. If you or a family member has suffered a stroke please come along.


Langley Blind Club

Langley Blind club meets from 2.00 – 4.00 pm on the 2nd Monday of each month at the Guide Hut in Kedermister Park off Reddington Drive. All blind or visually impaired persons are welcome. Please contact the Reading Office for details.


3rd Friday of each month  – Slough MP (Tan Dhesi) Surgery 

At Langley Library, Trelawney Avenue, Langley, SL3 7UF – 2.30 to 3.30pm a

There are no sessions in August or on Bank Holidays weekends.


3rd Saturday of each month – Craft & Hobby Afternoons

The group meet on the 3rd Saturday every month between 2-5pm. The dates and time of the next two Saturday craft afternoons at Langley Free Church are 20th February and 19th March from 2.00 – 5.00 pm. They are very relaxed afternoons with like-minded people, plenty of chat, tea and cake. Bring your hobby along with you, or just come along for the company. We appreciate a £1 donation towards refreshments. Children must be accompanied by an adult. For further details contact Chris Wheatley on 07789 838500.


 Langley Neighbourhood Forum

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