The Age-friendly places guide is a tool to support local dialogue in communities about the importance of age-friendly places and gives suggestions for how we can make our communities a great place to grow older. Age-friendly places are communities where age is not a barrier…Broad Street MallREADINGBerkshireRG1 7QE
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- Sunday 25th June 2023: 12 noon to 6pmEast Reading Festival is a celebration of all things East Reading, to celebrate the community in all it's diversity. Visit their website to find out more.Palmer ParkWokingham RoadReadingRG6 1LF
- St John's Cafe in East Reading is open to the whole community and offers a friendly and relaxed space to dop in for a bite to eat, or to take part in activities. For opening dates and times and activities on offer, please visit our…121-147Orts RoadNewtownReadingBerkshireRG1 3JN
- Wednesdays 2pm until 3:30pmLearning to sequence or line dance280The MeadwayTilehurstReadingBerkshireRG30 4NU
- Mondays 2p.m. until 3:30p.m.We aim to teach Square dancing to those who wish to learn280The MeadwayTilehurstReadingBerkshireRG30 4NU
- If you are interested in joining the swimming club, aquafun, fun or beginner classes. Please contact group directly for more details. Reading Royals offer free to attend try out sessions (usually for those aged 6 to 13).
- food4families - getting Reading growing. Food4families is a RISC program which develops community based food-growing projects where local people across Reading can learn how to grow their own food together. For more information on their various projects and activities visit their website. Contact form available via their…
- Opening hours Mondays and Tuesdays. Please contact us for current session vacancies.We help people to improve their mental and physical health in our beautiful garden in East Reading We help people access the benefits of horticultural therapy at our accessible garden, to enable them to recover and develop their skills, boost their confidence and enjoy time…25Whiteknights RoadReadingBerkshireRG6 7BY
- Last Sunday of the monthSpecial Needs screenings at Vue Cinema Reading Last Sunday of the Month at 11.30am (check website below) Tickets for the Film can be bought upstairs at the refreshment kiosk or online. • If you have a wheelchair, please arrive early as you will need to use…The Oracle CentreReadingRG1 2AG
- Barton Rovers Football Club aims to provide football coaching, training and competitive youth football for boys and girls within the Reading, Berkshire area. We also run adult men and ladies football teams. Teams From Under 7s to Adults Development Centre for 4-6 year Olds F.A.…Little Heath RoadTilehurstReadingBerkshireRG31 5TQ
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