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  1. This charity provides support and information to anybody affected by OCD, works to raise awareness of the dis-order, amongst the public and front line health-care workers, strives to secure a better deal for public with OCD.
    O C D Action, 137-149Goswell RoadLondonEC1V 7ET
  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
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    Reading Powerchair Football Use a wheelchair and love football???  This sport is for you…… We are a friendly local group who train every other week at Loddon Valley Leisure Centre at Lower Earley.  Powerchair football is played in electric wheelchairs with special bumpers to hit…
    Rushey WayReadingBerkshireRG6 4GD
  4. The Oddfellows is a not-for-profit Friendly Society that’s been around for over 200 years. Our aim is to bring people together through social events, as well as support our members through a range of benefits and services. Even if you are not a member we…
    118bOxford RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 7NQ
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    Open Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm
    The Fashion & Textile Children’s Trust (FTCT) gives financial grants to children (up to 18 years) where one or more parent/carer works in the UK fashion and textile industry- for at least one year within the last 9 years.  A grant is a financial donation which doesn't…
    11Belgrave RoadLondonLondonSW1V 1RB
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