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  1. Monday's (see above for dates)
    Classes will be held on Mondays, running from 19:30 to 21:00, and the course is a  total of 8 weeks long: 1 taster session, 6 classes, and 1 competition (within the group) and grading.  There are a total of 30-places on each course.  If you…
    [Main Sports Hall]Holme Park, Sonning Lane,Sonning on ThamesBerkshireRG4 6SU
    Reading Fencing Club
  2. The Neighbourhood Initiatives Team is committed to working in partnership with local people, services, agencies and stakeholders to deliver community led initiatives that impact on community safety, crime reduction, health, social cohesion, poverty and economic development.  " By supporting community - based organisations to identify…
    Civic OfficesBridge StreetReadingRG1 2LU
  3. Tuesdays - 10:30am-3:00pm
    The Reading Golders is an open and welcoming group for older people in Reading, with a special focus on the African and Carribean community. The lunch is always freshly ccoked using traditional recipes with special attention to the nutritious needs of older adults. The group provides seated exercise,…
    84 Queen's RoadReadingRG1 4BW
  4. The REBGA was founded in October 2006, and has members of all retired British Gurkhas who reside in and around Reading area. This is an independent, non political and non profitable organisation, which comprises of all members from different Gurkha background organisation, such as GAESO,…
    44Watlington StreetReadingRG1 4RJ

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