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  1. Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday morning (Adults)
    Authentic local Tai Chi classes taught in friendly and welcoming environment. The original Chen style Tai Chi taught by Viki Lloyd who learned from Chinese instructors and regularly travels to China to improve her knowledge. Everyone welcome to join and begin to improve their fitness,…
    St Georges RoadOff Oxford RoadReadingBerksRG1 7RQ
  2. Everyone is welcome, whatever impairment or disability, to get involved. We want to provide low cost golf days for people with impairments and disabilities.  Our aim is to bring together all disabled golfers, irrespective of gender, age or ability and help them enjoy the great…
  3. 1st Wednesday each month - 2 'till 4pm
    We are a non-profit social group run by our members, which meets monthly at the newly refurbished annex to the Calcot Centre, Highview, Calcot, RG31 4XD. There’s free parking, or take the 15 bus. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday each month from 2…
    Calcot CentreHighview (off Royal Avenue)CalcotReadingBerkshireRG31 4XD
  4. Thursday evenings 7.30-9.30 in term time.
    The orchestra, with no minimum standard (brave enough? come and try!), invites adult beginners or those returning to orchestral instruments to join a [friendly and supportive] conducted group. Music-making is a wonderful social activity at any age.
    Padworth LaneReadingBerkshireRG7 4HY
  5. St Peter’s Church, just above Caversham Court, is a gathered church with a focus on liturgy and learning seeking to grow by welcoming people through the church doors. St John the Baptist Church, on Gosbrook Road, is a neighbourhood church with a focus on ‘community ministry’, seeking to…
    59Church StreetCavershamReadingBerkshireRG4 8AX
  6. We offer advocacy, advice, and support to asylum seekers and refugees of a legal, housing and social nature. We offer friendship and welcome to Reading to raise awareness in Reading about refugee issues and liase with national charities.  This could also include accessing English classes,…
    35-39London StreetReadingRG1 4PS
  7. Tuesdays during term time: 7.30-9.30pm
    Orchestral instrument players (no auditions) are very welcome; our main aim is enjoyment in playing good music which is selected by the members themselves. We aim to present at least two concerts per year, Christmas and May or June. Affiliated to - Chiltern Edge Community…
    Reades LaneSonning CommonREADINGBerkshireRG4 9LN

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