We offer advocacy, advice, and support to asylum seekers and refugees of a legal, housing and social nature. We offer friendship and welcome to Reading to raise awareness in Reading about refugee issues and liaise with national charities. This could also include accessing English classes,…35-39London StreetReadingRG1 4PS
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- Every day Monday to Friday 9.30 to 5.30pm by calling'UTULIVU' is a Swahili word for 'PATIENCE'. We work with women, senior citizens, children and young people with the support of men. Our main focus is to empower in order to integrate into the wider community through activities that promote health, education, wealth creation, healthy…35-39 London StreetLondon StreetReadingBerkshireRG1 4PS
- 3rd Thursday of the month 7:00pm -10:00pmThe aims of the Association are to promote an interest in and the development of the art of woodturning and associated disciplines. New members of all abilities are welcome. If you are interested in turning, please come to one of our meetings, or contact us.…Priestwood Court RoadBracknellRG42 1TU
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