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    Join our STAR Clubs for a warm and chattingenvironment.  - Stimulating activities focusing on the individual's wellbeing.- Therapeutic approach to the delivery of each session.- Active games that support social interaction.- Respite for families and carers. £13 per session. Please call us to register.Transport may…
    Age UK Reading
  2. Berkshire Stags Visually Impaired Cricket Club Established in 2010 and looking for new members, currently the team ranges from 14 years to over 70. Team members need to be eligible to be registered blind/ visually impaired, have membership of British Blind Sport and have a…
    5Erleigh RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 5LR
  3. Cygnets is a competitive swimming club for people with learning disabilities. They compete in regional, national and international competitions. Joining the Club: Membership of the Club is open to swimmers with a learning disability from the age of 7 years, who are capable of swimming…
    Richfield AvenueReadingRG1 8EQ
  4. Berkshire Maestros, offers the highest quality musical education delivering instrumental and singing lessons in schools across the county and at music centres in Reading, Bracknell, Wokingham, Newbury and Windsor. Tuition covers all instrumental families; brass, guitar, keyboard, percussion, strings, woodwind and voice, across a wide…
    Stoneham Court100 Cockney HillTilehurstReadingBerkshireRG30 4EZ
    Berkshire Maestros logo with strapline 2017
  5. Every other Friday starting from 28th Oct 22
    We are currently providing a senior social club in your local area! Reconnect relationships and the community!  We run our club every other Friday at Hexham Road Community Centre.  We provide a hot meal and refreshments, bingo and live entertainment all for just £12 per…
    Hexham roadReadingRG2 7UD
  6. Visit website for more details. Explore the rainforest and discover its wonders for yourself. Look out for lizards, birds and butterflies, endangered animals and lush, exotic plants all under one roof. Regular events including art, environmental workshops, quizzes, meet the animals, interactive plant safaris and…
    Wyld Court RainforestHampstead NorreysThatchamBerkshireRG18 0TN
    The Living Rainforest logo
  7. The Museum of Reading has created 'Memory Boxes' for older members of the community, aimed at sparking recollections which can be shared with others. Reminiscence can have a vert positive outcomes for patients with memory loss and dementia. Memory boxes are available to professionals in…
  8. Open: Tues, Wed, Thurs & Sat; Closed: Sun, Mon, Fri & Bank Holidays
    All Reading libraries are open as normal, see www.reading.gov.uk/libraries for opening and information. For the latest on rhymetimes, see www.reading.gov.uk/rhymetimes Books - fiction and non-fiction, adult and children, large print Books in Hindi and Urdu Spoken word and music CDs DVDs National and local newspapers, and Daily Jang Selection…
    Palmer Park LibrarySt. Bartholomews RoadReadingRG1 3QB
  9. Open Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat; Closed Mon, Weds, Sun & Bank Holidays
    All Reading libraries are open as normal, see www.reading.gov.uk/libraries for opening and information. For the latest on rhymetimes, see www.reading.gov.uk/rhymetimes Services we provide: Books - Fiction and non-fiction books for both adults and children Spoken word CDs DVDs Large print books National and local newspapers Local Studies Pack on…
    Southcote Community HubCoronation SquareReadingRG30 3QP

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