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- Fairview Youth & Community Centre is a newly built community centre that is closely linked with Civitas Academy – a local community school. It is a single storey; open plan building that is fully accessible. The Centre is primarily run as a venue for hire…90b Great Knolly's StreetReadingBerkshireRG1 7HL
- Every Friday - 10 am til noonLooking for friendship or company? Need a break or to put your feet up with a newspaper? Play a game, craft or chatter away… Feel Good Friday offers a space for you to come and meet with others over refreshments in a warm friendly atmosphere. …26 School RoadReadingRG31 5AN
- Social club offering music in a relaxed welcoming atmosphere. People with learning difficulties are particularly welcome but the club is open to everyone.Rising Sun Arts Centre30 Silver StreetReadingRG1 2ST
- COVID-19 RESPONSE: Firtree have been keeping in touch with their members and with updates on activities they can offer online. Please look at their latest Newsletter attached for further info. Last updated: 24/06/2020 FIRTREE stands for: Friends in Retirement Taking Recreation, Education and Exercise. The…280The MeadwayTilehurstReadingRG30 4PE
- Every Tuesday 7-8pmHere at Fit2thebeat we pride ourselves on offering fun, high-quality, reasonably-priced fitness classes for all fitness levels, ages and abilities. Classes include Fitsteps ( Latin and Ballroom dance fitness), Cardio Dance Mix ( dance fitness using styles from all over the world), Aqua aerobics and…205Southcote LaneSouthcoteReadingBerkshireRG30 3AX
- Five A Day Market Garden is a not-for-profit community-supported project which aims to engage the community by: Producing and selling naturally-grown fruit and vegetables; Running a variety of educational courses, one-off workshops and ongoing projects throughout the year, in subjects including fruit, vegetable and floral…The StreetEnglefieldReadingRG7 5EL
- 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.
- 10:30am - 12 noon, 1st Friday of every monthA social group for anyone passionate about football! Come along, enjoy some light refershments and make new friends with similar interests. Open to all adults.Junction 11, M4ReadingRG2 0FL
- Our aim is to provide help and advice in a range of areas, including housing, benefits and form-filling. We have a "meeting lounge" for activities and we run English classes.6 Queen's WalkReadingRG1 7QF
- Thursdays - 1:30 pm to 4 pmRosetta Life delivers workshops for recovery and wellbeing in Reading for those recovering from stroke and those living with parkinsons, dementia and other neurological disabilities. We would love you to come along and join us for these free sessions, no experience needed, just turn up…21 South StreetReadingRG1 4QU
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