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  1. IKEA Reading is a wonderful venue to bring people together, and we have a few inspiring spaces at IKEA Reading that might be suitable for communities groups, and charities that meet our community guidelines, to help come together for a meeting. We have two function…
    Pincents KilnCalcotReadingWest BerkshireRG31 7SD
  2. South Reading Community Hub is a multipurpose building that serves the local communities of South Reading. It is the home to Whitley Library, Sure Start Whitely Nursery and many activity groups run by the local community. The Hub offers a spacious large hall as well…
    252Northumberland AvenueWhitleyReadingBerkshireRG2 7QA
    South Reading Community Hub
  3. Southcote Community Hub is one of the new community hubs developed by Reading Borough Council, with a view to providing a shared location for a range of services. The Centre was recently refurbished and extended to include a library, children's centre and upgraded facilities. It…
    Coronation SquareSouthcoteReadingBerkshireRG30 3QP
    Southcote Community Hub
  4. Open during the school holidays 10am - 4pm. Also open at the weekends from Feb - Sept 11am - 4pm
    Often described as a hidden gem, we are located in tranquil surroundings on the north edge of Newbury. Shaw House is a Grade I listed multi-purpose event venue which is also open for the public to explore during school holidays and at weekends between February…
    Church RoadNewburyBerkshireRG14 2DR
  5. Fairview Youth & Community Centre is a newly built community centre that is closely linked with Civitas Academy – a local community school. It is a single storey; open plan building that is fully accessible. The Centre is primarily run as a venue for hire…
    90b Great Knolly's StreetReadingBerkshireRG1 7HL
    Fairview Youth and Community Centre

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