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This free pop-up club can be found on the ground floor of Broad Street Mall opposite Holland & Barrett. Open daily all week. "Ping Pong Parlours have opened in several other shopping centres nationwide as part of Table Tennis England's vision to inspire people to…
Ping Pong ParlourBroad Street MallReadingRG1 7QE
Meetings every other Thursdays in the Church Hall, including lunch and other activities (theatre, sea side trips etc…)
Sacred Heart (Reading Polish Church) HallWatlington StreetReadingRG1 4EH
Accomodation for adults under 65 who require nursing or personal care and who have learning disabilities, mental health conditions, physical disabilities, sensory impairments.
Lecturers at majority of meetings. Annual show, friendly atmosphere. 4 Newsletters per year. New members always welcome. Evening meeting.
Maiden PlaceLower EarleyREADINGBerkshireRG6 3HE
The group offers support and information in a friendly, safe and confidential setting for anyone affected by bipolar. Family members, partners, friends and carers are all welcome. Local group currently on hold. See below for more information on Bipolar UK.
35-39 London StreetReadingRG1 4PS
Our aim is to foster outdoor, flat green bowls from the end of April to September. New potential members are welcome to contact us. Coaching is available and there is a friendly atmosphere in the clubhouse. Affiliated to the Royal County of Berkshire Bowling Association…
94 Kendrick RoadREADINGBerkshireRG1 5DW
Situated on the Thames in Caversham, Reading Canoe Club is a great facility for kayaking. Courtesy of lottery funding, we have a substantial club house, a fleet of boats for flat water and slalom and a great team to help you get the most from…
Reading Canoe ClubThe WarrenCavershamReadingRG4 7TH
The group is made up Carers, representative from Carers' support groups and staff from health and adult social care. The group is a sounding board for the development of services and support for carers in Reading. If you are a carer and would like to…
The club meets every Thursday evening from 7.15pm until 10.30pm on the first floor of the New Hope Church, 95 York Road, Reading RG1 8DU. Annual Membership: Adults £65 plus £16 ECF registration fee; Juniors £40 plus £9.50 ECF registration fee. Those already registered with…
New Hope Church95 York RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 8DU
Reading Community Learning Centre (RCLC) provides education and support for the most disadvantaged and socially isolated women in Reading from black and minority ethnic communities. Many of the women have had little or no previous educational experience and feel unable to attend mainstream establishments because…
94London StreetReadingRG1 4SJ