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  1. Every Wednesday from mid September until the end of May, 7:30-10:15pm.
    In our programme we cover a wide range of transport subjects including land, sea and air travel, but the majority of shows are on railways.
    59 Church StreetCavershamREADINGBERKSHIRERG4 8AX
  2. Weekdays 9am - 11pm, weekends 12midday - 11pm
    Membership is open to anyone either by living in the 'area of benefit' or joining as an associate member for use of the social club. Groups inlcude drama, yoga, darts, bridge, pre-school, badminton, table tennis, squash, and social club, Zumba gold though Age UK, Archery,…
    Norhbrook RoadCaversham Park VillageREADINGBerkshireRG4 6PF
  3. First working Monday evening of each month 7:30 for 8.00pm.
    The society offers a regular programme of illustrated lectures on all aspects of geology, also monthly field trips. New members/visitors always welcome.
  4. 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
  5. 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

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