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  1. Third Friday of the month except January, February, June, July and August.
    Since its foundation in 1931 the Reading and District Welsh Society has provided a focus for those who live in the area who have a love of Wales and Welsh things. The Society provides a focus for its members to discuss Welsh culture and the…
    Church RoadEarleyREADINGBerkshireRG6 1EY
    Reading Welsh Society
  2. The Berkshire Walkers is part of the Ramblers aimed at people in their 20s and 30s. We provide a mix of walks, mainly at the weekends, ranging from 4 to 15 miles. We also organise social events. See our website for information about upcoming walks,…
    N/A - various starting points for walks/socialsRG
  3. Various times
    Alpacas are fantastic therapy pets and our boys are the best of the bunch! They are super friendly and will hand feed. We are offering sessions both public and private to get to know these beautiful animals,with optional walking experiences for those who are able.…
    Little park farmBeech hill roadMortimerBerksRG7 2AR
  4. Six meetings a year 7.30pm for 8.00pm plus workshops.
    Hexagon Quilters was formed for the purpose of attracting well known quilters to speak and give workshops, and to organise coach trips to exhibitions such as the Festival of Quilters.
    Park LaneCharvilREADINGBerkshireRG10 9TR
  5. Every Saturday, Monday - Times depend on age and ability.
    Dance classes for children aged 3-18years in Street, Ballet, Tap, Singing & Drama Adult Classes in Street Dance & Tap Dance Starlet Rock Choir for Adults aged 16-100 years! Fun 'Glee' type singing group! Starlet Birthday Parties Starlet Holiday Workshops
    Shinfield GrangeCutbush Lane EastShinfieldReadingRG2 9AF

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