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  1. Torch is a community help hub set up and run by volunteers from local churches across Reading with the aim of providing a helping hand to those who otherwise cannot get help and tend to fall through the gaps of existing provision. This is a…
    Torch Hub logo
  2. Various days and times throughout the month, email for further information
    u3a is a UK-wide collection of charities providing activities for retired people to come together and learn for fun, and Reading u3a has members across Reading and beyond. There are interest groups for everyone who has retired. Groups include Languages, Current Affairs, Seated Exercise, Town…
    Abbey SquareReading(and other locations)RG1 3BE
    Reading u3a logo
  3. Fridays: Beginners 10am-11.30am; Intermediate 1pm-2pm
    To find out more, or book a place, please contact email:pavilionenglishschool@gmail.com  The class runs on Friday mornings at 10am. The Pavilion English School teaches English language skills for speakers of other languages. The classes run during school term time and are free. No need to…
    Lifespring Church, 143-145Oxford RoadReadingRG1 7UY
  4. Summer (Last Sunday in March to Last Sunday in October): Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 10.30am to 5pm. Winter (First Sunday in November- last but one Sunday in March): Sundays 12noon-4pm; Wednesdays 10.30am-4pm.
    Summer (Last Sunday in March to Last Sunday in October) Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 10.30am to 5pm Winter (rest of year) Sundays noon-4pm Wednesdays 10.30am-4pm Located on Woodley Airfield, once the centre of a thriving aircraft industry, the museum recaptures local aviation history.…
    The Museum Of Berkshire AviationMohawk WayWoodleyReadingBerkshireRG5 4UE
    Museum Badge
  5. 7.00pm every Monday
    Merry Go Round - Young at Heart Seniors Singles Social Cub The club holds weekly evening pub & daytime coffee gatherings. It is non profit making club run by its members for the members, enjoying social gatherings and member organised events.   Meet and make new…
    High StreetWargraveReadingBerkshireRG10 8DE
    MGR
  6. Meetings are taking place on Thursday 21st July at Coley Park Community Centre, Thursday 15th September at All Nations Christian Centre and Thursday 10th November, at Coley Park Community Centre.
    The Safer Neighbourhood Forum (SNF) is made up of volunteers (local residents) that work with Reading Borough Council, Thames Valley Police and other organisations on issues raised by the community. Residents and workers from the Coley Ward (formerly Minster) are more than welcome to come along and join…
    140Wensley RoadColey ParkReadingBerkshireRG1 6DW
    SNF logo
  7. Walks are every other Monday
    A new local walking group in Tilehurst. The walk is led by qualified volunteer walk leaders, every other Monday, and is a lovely way to increase physical activity and meet new friends. The walks start at 10:30 am (please arraive at 10:20 am if it's…
    The Gardens in the Tylers Rest149 Norcot RoadReadingRG30 6BS
  8. Various
    Join our STAR Clubs for a warm and chattingenvironment.  - Stimulating activities focusing on the individual's wellbeing.- Therapeutic approach to the delivery of each session.- Active games that support social interaction.- Respite for families and carers. £13 per session. Please call us to register.Transport may…
    Age UK Reading

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