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Reading African Christian Fellowship

Sunday 3:00pm
Wycliffe hosts the Reading Africa Fellowship, an independent fellowship established to support Africans from all walks of life that live in Reading. In association with ACRE (Alliance for Cohesion and Racial Equality): http://www.acre-reading.org/
Wycliffe Baptist Church, 233Kings RoadNewtownReadingBerkshireRG1 4LS

Reading Chinese Association

Mondays - 11 am - 3 pm
Acitivities and companionship for members of the chinese community in Reading.
6 Queen's WalkReadingRG1 7QF

Reading City of Sanctuary

A national movement about welcome and belonging. City of Sanctuary is a national movement of local people and community groups committed to creating a culture of welcome and safety, especially for refugees seeking sanctuary from war and persecution. We want to build this culture across…

Reading Coin Club

The club website gives full details of our aims, activities and speaker programme. Our meeting place is next door to Reading Central Library and 12 minutes walk from the station.  Beginners most welcome. Reading Coin Club is affiliated to the British Association of Numismatic Societies…
Abbey SquareReadingRG1 3BE

Reading Community Learning Centre (RCLC) - Covid 19 response

Coronavirus Status: Open Online
COVID-19 RESPONSE RCLC will be running online classes only for the whole of the spring term 2021. We can offer support over the phone or zoom. All enrolments need to be pre booked with Petra in advance. The spring term will start from the week…
94London StreetReadingRG1 4SJ

Reading Dusseldorf Association

Our aim is to further cultural, sporting, educational, social and other links with Reading's twin town Dusseldorf. We have several social events each year. New members are very welcome.
READINGBerkshireRG1 2LU

Reading Ex-British Gurkha Association

The REBGA was founded in October 2006, and has members of all retired British Gurkhas who reside in and around Reading area. This is an independent, non political and non profitable organisation, which comprises of all members from different Gurkha background organisation, such as GAESO,…
44Watlington StreetReadingRG1 4RJ

Reading French Circle

Fourth Friday of the month 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm
A group which meets once a month, to chat in french, share a drink together and listen to a talk
59Church StreetCavershamRG4 8AX

Reading Friendship Centre

The aim of the club is to provide friendship and social activity for the over 50s. Activities include outings; holidays; speakers; bingo; beetle; quizzes; call my bluff etc. Plus a summer party in aid of our current charity and a Christmas party.
HighviewRoyal AvenueReadingRG31 4XD

Reading Humanists

2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm
Coronavirus Status: Open Online
Reading Humanists is a friendly social (occasionally campaigning) group for non-religious people in the Reading area.  We welcome all who share our view that: the world is a natural place; this life is the only one we have; morality and ethics are based on our common…