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Connect Reading

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…
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Neighbourhood Initiatives Team

The Neighbourhood Initiatives Team is committed to working in partnership with local people, services, agencies and stakeholders to deliver community led initiatives that impact on community safety, crime reduction, health, social cohesion, poverty and economic development.  " By supporting community - based organisations to identify…
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New Directions English or ESOL

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If you are interested in learning English at Southcote, contact New Directions details below.
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Wyfold Riding For The Disabled

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Compass Recovery College

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