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  1. Thursdays 19:15-22:30
    Reading Chess Club is open every Thursday from 7.15pm-10.30pm.   The subscription rates are: Adults £70 plus an English Chess Federation (ECF) registration fee of £18, Under 18s £40 plus ECF registration fee of £6 unless this is the first time of registration in which…
    95York RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 8DU
  2. Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri 09:00 – 17:00
    A registered charity and membership organisation that brings sectors together for mutual benefit. Our vision is for a better Reading, for everyone. Helping not for profit organisations, businesses and individuals to make meaningful connections, running projects and events – such as The Giving Tree and…
    Quadrant House,Broad Street MallReadingRG1 7QE
  3. Contact group directly to check when running. Southcote  GrowAllot is a  thriving community allotment growing fresh, healthy fruit and vegetables with local residents of all ages. Local families have transformed a piece of derelict land at Florian Gardens, just off Coronation Square so everyone can…
    Behind 1 - 23 Florian GardensNear Coronation SquareSuothcoteReadingBerkshireRG30 3QG
  4. The West Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum is a voluntary group of residents working with partner agencies (most notably Thames Valley Police and reading Borough Council) that aims to act as a locally based problem solving group on community Safety and crime
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  5. The East Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum is a voluntary group made up of local residents working with partner agencies (most notably Thames Valley Police and Reading Borough Council) that aims to act as a locally based problem solving group on community safety aand crime Meetings …
    Room L33 G01London RoadReadingRG1 5AQ
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  6. The next meeting is on Wednesday 23rd November 2022 at 7.00pm at St Marks Church, Cranbury Road. Meetings are usually held every 2 months
    The Oxford Road Safer Neighbourhood Forum is a voluntary group led by residents working with partner agencies (most notably Thames Valley Police and Reading Borough Council) that aims to act as a locally based problem solving group on community safety and crime
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  7. Last Saturday of the month
    A SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND NOW ADULTS! Important Information:  READING ENGINE SHED. Our usual venue at Katesgrove Children’s Centre is closed for six months or so for refurbishment. Our venue for forthcoming 2022 dates is: ST BARNABAS CHURCH HALL, 20…
    Katesgrove Childrens CentreWaterloo MeadowsReadingBerkshireRG2 0BN
  8. Mondays to Fridays from 9:30am- 2:30pm
    Based in Central Reading, Reading Community Learning Centre (RCLC) has been operating as an independent charity since 2007, and as part of national charity, Workers’ Education Association, since the mid-1990s. We have over 20 years of experience in delivering services to support traditionally ‘hard-to-reach’ refugee…
    Reading Community Learning Centre94 London StreetREADINGBerkshireRG1 4SJ
  9. Open Monday to Wednesday from 0930 to 1630
    ENRYCH Berkshire – Looking Beyond Disability ENRYCH Berkshire is a local charity that supports adults with a physical disability to take part in social, leisure and learning activities. We offer: Advice and information on leisure and activities that are available in the local area; 1:1…
    Room G1, TOB1, Earley GateUnioversity of ReadingWhiteknightsReadingBerkshireRG6 7BE
    ENRYCH Berkshire

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