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- Tuesday (term Time only) 12:00pm - 2:00pmDrop in for a healthy lunch and chat. Open to everyone in the community. Term-time only.Orts RoadReadingRG1 3JN
- 12 noon onwardsA chance for older citizens to get out and meet people at The Hibernian: Lunch Club The Hibernian Society holds a lunch club at The Reading Irish Centre 3 days a week Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Everyone over 60 are welcome. Monday: From 12 noon…96-104Chatham StreetReadingBerkshireRG1 7HT
- New Beginnings Reading charity based in Reading. "Our aims are the prevention and relief of poverty and financial hardship of persons in Reading and the Greater Berkshire area who are in need due to social or economic reasons, regardless of their religion or belief. This…Queens Arms (alcohol free pub)Great Knollys StreetReadingRG1 7HL
- Beginners classes - Mondays, Current dancers WednesdaysA social evening of fun and friendship. Affiliated to - BAASDC.Victoria RoadREADINGBerkshireRG31 5AB
- Monday to FridayCOVID-19 RESPONSE: Out & About and Social Prescribing Last updated: 27/01/2022 Getting Out & About is a short-term service to help older people in Reading to discover new pastimes, rekindle old hobbies and find new friends in your local community. Our service is for older people living…
- Every 6 weeks (Wednesday)We are very pleased to be launching regular Dementia Friendly screenings at The Regal cinema in Henley-on-Thames Our Dementia Friendly Screenings aim to provide a fun and inclusive experience, enable people with dementia and their carers to attend the cinema in a safe and comfortable…2 Boroma WayHenley-on-ThamesRG9 2BZ
- Mondays 10am-1pmHear Our Voice meets weekly on Monday mornings from 10am – 1pm at the Museum of English Rural Life. The group, formerly known as Coffee Club, provides social activities as well as aiming to improve social skills and self-awareness through self-advocacy. All activities are chosen…6 Redlands RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 5EX
- food4families - getting Reading growing. Food4families is a RISC program which develops community based food-growing projects where local people across Reading can learn how to grow their own food together. For more information on their various projects and activities visit their website.
- Sun. worship 10:30, Weekly pilots: Tuesdays 5:30pm (Term time), Bible Sun. (alternate Fridays) at 10:30am, Grange Fellowship 1st Thursday in month at 2:30pm, Oasis coffee bar 1st & 3rd Wed. in month at 10:00am, Coffee morning 2nd Sat. in month at 10:30amCircuit LaneSouthcoteREADINGBerkshireRG30 3HD
- Emmer Green is the most northerly suburb of Reading, Berkshire. The Association was formed in May 1984 to serve the best interests of local people. The geographical area has, since 1997, been defined by the postcode and extends from Surley Row to the Oxfordshire boundary…
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