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  1. The third Sunday of the month. Doors open 10:30 for an 11am start.
    The Sunday Assembly is a secular group that celebrates life through music, ideas and community outreach. Each meeting has a theme, with songs, readings, and a TED-style talk - plus time to make friends and socialise over tea and cake. We also run regular meetups…
    21South StreetReadingUKRG1 4QU
  2. Nightly at clubhouse in summer. Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sat, Sun (9.30am) in winter.
    Situated on the Thames in Caversham, Reading Canoe Club is a great facility for kayaking. Courtesy of lottery funding, we have a substantial club house, a fleet of boats for flat water and slalom and a great team to help you get the most from…
    Reading Canoe ClubThe WarrenCavershamReadingRG4 7TH
  3. 10:30am - 12 noon, 1st Friday of every month
    A 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
  4. Thursday 9.30 am - 10.30 am
    Get fit whilst learning some street dance moves. Warm up, dance fitness session and relaxation all included. All abilities and fitness levels welcome. 
    110Amersham RoadReadingBerkshireRG4 5NA
  5. Weekdays, 10am - 9pm.
    One to one music lessons for all ages and abilities, beginner or improver. Learn the Saxophone, Clarinet or Trumpet with a local professional music teacher. No tedious exercises or exams - learn to play the music you love!
    Loddon Hall Road, Twyford, RG10 9JATwyfordReadingBerkshireRG10 9JA

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