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- During school day, term time only Rated 5 out of 5 (1 rating)We are looking to recruit many more volunteers to help the children in Reading who are struggling to read! To find out more about volunteering visit www.abctoread.org.uk/volunteers ABC to read (Assisting Berkshire Children) is a local charity that recruits, trains and supports community volunteers to…St. Marks Church HallCranbury RoadReadingRG30 2TA
- Have you had experience of care and support services? Would you be willing to share your ideas about how to improve things? The Adult Social Care User Panel is for people who have used care services, or come into contact with these services as family…
- Monday to SundayOur volunteers carry out very valuable work in helping older people carry on with their lives with independence, choice and dignity. You can offer an hour or more a week, as you wish.Unit 119Broad Street MallReadingBerkshireRG1 7QE
- A community initiative offering essential transport to the elderly and disabled and visits to the sick and housebound, with help from volunteers. Opening hours for enquiries are 9.30am - 11.30am Monday - Friday. We can help young people with a disability only with transport to get…Church House59 Church StreetCavershamRG4 8AX
- Meetings are taking place on Thursday 2nd March, Thursday 25th May, Thursday 20th July, Thursday 14th September and Thursday 9th November.The Safer Neighbourhood Forum (SNF) is made up of volunteers (local residents) that work with Reading Borough Council, Thames Valley Police and other organisations on issues raised by the community. Residents and workers from the Coley Ward (formerly Minster) are more than welcome to come along and join…140Wensley RoadColey ParkReadingBerkshireRG1 6DW
- Community Christmas believes that no elderly person in the UK should be alone on Christmas Day unless they want to be. Various activities and events are listed on the website. Volunteering opportunities are available. Find out more by visiting the website or contacting the Community…
- Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri 09:00 – 17:00A registered charity and membership organisation that brings sectors together for mutual benefit. Our vision is for a better Reading, for everyone. Helping not for profit organisations, businesses and individuals to make meaningful connections, running projects and events – such as The Giving Tree and…Quadrant House,Broad Street MallReadingRG1 7QE
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- Community transport scheme for elderly and mobility-restricted residents of Earley. Drivers use their own cars, and are re-imbursed for mileage. Requests taken by phone. Opening hours are 09.30-12.15 Monday to Friday, 2-3 days notice preferred. 24-hour answerphone.
- Thursday 9th November - 19.00 - 21.00The East Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum is a voluntary group made up of local residents working with partner agencies (most notably Thames Valley Police and Reading Borough Council) that aims to act as a locally based problem solving group on community safety aand crime Meetings …London Road Campus, Building L33, Room G01Access Via Crown Place via London RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 5AQ
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