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  1. Every Friday from 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm
    Every Friday lunch time Caversham Baptist Church opens it’s doors to the community, for lunch. Come along between 12.15 pm and 1.30 pm for a fantastic three course lunch which won’t break the bank, and have an opportunity to meet your friends or to make new ones…
    South StreetCavershamRG4 8HY
  2. Community Fridge is open Wednesday to Friday. Offer a selection of free fresh and non-perishable food. This is a drop-in service with no referral needed to attend. Wednesday 12PM to 1PM Thursday 6PM to 7PM Friday 6PM to 7PM Also run toiletries and clothing services…
    24Great Knollys StreetReadingRG1 7HL
  3. Twice yearly. Friday evenings alternating with Saturday afternoons.
    Aims: 1) To encourage preservation of the Abbey ruins 2) To make known information about the life and history of the Abbey 3) To prevent inappropriate building development in the vicinity of the Abbey. Members receive a regular newsletter.
    The Silverthorne RoomBlagrave StreetREADINGBerkshireRG1 1QH
  4. Get Berkshire Active is a charity with a social purpose to transform lives through Sport and Physical Activity. Funded nationally through Sport England they help to deliver the government strategy for Sport locally. To find out more about classes, courses and activities in your area…
    Marlow RoadBisham VillageMarlowSL6 1RR
  5. Regular drop-in sessions at various times - see notes for schedule
    Get Online drop-in sessions are gradually starting up again at venues around Reading. Monthly Friday sessions at a new venue – Oak Tree House in Dee Park. Sessions will be on the first Friday of the month at 11:00. The sessions are in a sheltered…
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  6. Monday 6:30-8:30pm (Ladies) / Tuesday 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm (Mixed)
    The UK’s largest social sports company. Recreational leagues for those who are looking to back into netball and intermediate leagues for more competitive players are both offered. You can gather a team and play or sign-up as an individual.
    41London RdReadingRG1 5BN
    GO Mammoth
  7. October and March-May: Mondays 8.00pm; November-January: Mondays 2.30pm
    Publications include: Streatly Snippets; People of Basildon and The Thames at Goring Gap. Village Information Sheets include: Take a Look at Goring; Take a Look at Streatley; A Picture History of Streatley and Goring; Another Look at Goring & Streatley and Life in Goring &…
    GoringRG8 9AG

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