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Due to the COVID-19 situation, some of the organisations listed on this site have posted service updates and will continue doing so. Many phone lines and websites are still available, however some contact details may have changed. Try the organisation's own website if you're having difficulty getting through.

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Latest News (17 articles)

COVID-19 - local services updates and latest Wellbeing newsletter

Latest edition of the Wellbeing newsletter: Wellbeing Newsletter Covid-19 : July 2021 edition Sign up to the Wellbeing Newsletter Services listed on the Reading Services Some of the organisations listed on here have posted service updates in response to the Covid 19 situation. Many phone…

Seated Exercises with Get Berkshire Active

Grass Roots communities have joined up forces with Get Berkshire Active to offer Seated Exercises.  Join via Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9719151441?pwd=K0hOdDMxcE53Mkxuc2RFaVJJa0hyQT09   Every Wednesdays Time: 11:00-12PM Meeting ID: 971 915 1441 Passcode: 998782 For futther information, please contact Get Berkshire Active: Tel: 01628 472851 Email: info@getberkshireactive.org Website: www.getberkshireactive.org/

Community Coffee Morning for the over 50s

Age UK Berkshire, Jamaica Society & Friends, Reading Elderly Befriending Service and SVGA Reading are organising coffee mornings every Monday for the over 50s, and would like you to invite you to attend. Where Friends Meeting House (Quakers), Church Street, Reading RG1 2SB (Accessible and friendly…

Brain Odysseys Reading starting again in May - for people living with the effects of brain injury or stroke

Brain Odysseys Sessions are resuming from 26th May at South Street Arts Centre, Reading RG1 4QU The sessions will run every week at South Street Arts Centre Reading on Wednesdays at 2pm from Wednesday 26th May. sessions are weekly and free.  The project will be running…

Green Health Thames Valley Project - mental wellbeing from nature

Green Health Thames Valley Project are working with members of the community who have experience of mental health challenges, or who are recovering from or at risk of mental health difficulties, social isolation and socio-economic exclusion. They help people to manage their condition, gain new…

Compass Recovery College - Spring Term Course Schedule April-July 2021

Compass Recovery College continues to run FREE mental health and wellbeing courses for all. Aside from running outdoor sessions, Compass Recovery College continues to run most of theircourses online on Zoom or Teams. They will continue to assess the situation, and start to bring in…

Flu Campaign 2020

Protect yourself and your family from flu this winter. Flu is a highly contagious and unpredictable virus that can be unpleasant for generally healthy people, but can cause severe illness and even death among vulnerable groups including the very young, older people, pregnant women and…

Coronavirus ~ Latest advice for all residents (with link to Easy Read information tab)

Where to find information Coronavirus: how to stay safe and prevent the spread.  https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-coronavirus-restrictions-what-you-can-and-cannot-do The latest government guidance.  https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus Advice for households with suspected coronavirus infection.  The full guidance is available here. Reading Borough Council have a number of useful advice pages for residents during covid-19:  Coronavirus…

Re-opening of local gardening groups

As you may know, in and around Reading we have professional groups that can provide opportunities for therapeutic gardening, community gardening, and getting into nature. The groups are re-opening their sessions and we will be highlighting each group and posting details about what they offer…

Mindfulness at RISC - Depression Xpression

With the help of a Reading Community Grant from RVA, we are resuming our monthly support meetings at RISC starting on Monday 14th September 2020 at 7.30pm. Social distancing and safety measures will be in place to minimise the risks from Covid-19 – full details…