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  1. Saturday 10am-1pm, Thursdays 10.30am to 12 noon
    A Reading GrowAllot project from Food 4 Families, in partnership with the Big Lottery.Local families have transformed a piece of derelict land at Florian Gardens, Southcote into a thriving allotment growing fresh, healthy fruit and vegetables.One in four residents here live in flats with no…
    Florian GardensSouthcoteReadingBerkshireRG30 3QG
  2. First Thursdays each month - 7:30 pm
    This club is for machine knitters of varied experience. Speakers visit the club several times during the year and help from members is always available if required.
    Woodford PavilionWoodford ParkHaddon DriveWoodleyREADINGRG5 4LY
  3. Feeling helpless in the face of a global refugee crisis? This is a great opportunity to make a difference to people's lives. As a Volunteer Host Support Worker, you will help Sanctuary Hosting to assess and monitor potential hosts, making sure that we are providing…
  4. Term-time only - Thursdays : 1 - 2 pm
    A gentle, relaxed class, and a great place to socialise and meet new people. Class is designed to meet students' abilities and pace - ideal for all levels of experience and physical abilities. The class will help students improve their mobility, posture, coordination and energy…
    Cressingham RoadReadingRG2 7JE
  5. A group of community gardens and horticultural therapy groups in and around Reading who like to collaborate. The network shares information, skills and experience to help each other and ultimately all the people who come to their gardening places. Information about the gardening places of…

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