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  1. Afternoons and evenings during the summer (April to September).
    High percentage of members from Caversham and Emmer Green. Most club matches are mixed including two local leagues as well as friendly matches. Members play in Oxfordshire County competitions. Several club instructors to help new members to improve their game.
    Memorial AvenueShiplake CrossHENLEY-ON-THAMESOxon.RG9 4DN
  2. Monday 7.30pm September to June.
    Aim: to promote the learning and performance of choral music. We are a friendly choir of about 120 singers, giving three to four concerts a year in and around Reading. New members are welcome, subject to a simple audition.
    Queen's RoadReadingRG1 4BW
  3. The association was founded in 2005, to promote the interests of residents and businesses in the streets around E. P. Collier Primary School, off Caversham Road. The Association organises regular public meetings and social events, along with activities to improve the environment such as graffiti…
    Events are held at the New Hope Centre or EP Collier Primary SchoolRG1 8DZ
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  4. Monthly talks from October to April, usually on the last Thursday evening of the month.
    We aim to provide the gardening community of Tilehurst with horticultural supplies at reasonable prices, together with a lively programme of talks and activities throughout the year.   Annual membership fees at reasonable rates, with reductions for senior citizens.  Gardening talks held in the winter months.…
    Victoria RoadVictoria RoadTilehurstREADINGBerkshireRG31 5AB
  5. Monday to Sunday 11.00am - 9.00pm
    Our aim is to foster outdoor, flat green bowls from the end of April to September. New potential members are welcome to contact us. Coaching is available and there is a friendly atmosphere in the clubhouse. Affiliated to the Royal County of Berkshire Bowling Association…
    94 Kendrick RoadREADINGBerkshireRG1 5DW

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