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  1. Sundays, 10.30 a.m., morning service
    0-5 Toddlers runs Tuesdays 10-11.30am term time On Sundays there is a creche for under 4's and Gracekidz for primary school aged children during the sermon. SYNC our youth club runs alternate Fridays from 7.30-9pm for young people aged 11-16. For the over 55's we…
    119 Peppard RoadEmmer GreenReadingRG4 8TR
  2. The cafe offers a safe and comfortable space where caregivers and their loved ones can socialise, listen to music, play games and enjoy other appropriate activities. The cafe is run by dedicated volunteers who will support carers to enjoy the session, but the volunteers are not…
    Circuite LaneSouthcoteReadingRG30 3HD
  3. Walking groups run by the Greater Reading Napalese Community Association which are open to everyone. Local volunteers who have trained to become walking leaders organise weekly meetings in Whitley and Palmer Park. Walkers can choose between slow and fast routes and enjoy local scenic walks…
  4. The Gurkha Welfare Trust is the leading Gurkha charity. We provide financial, medical and community aid to Gurkha ex-servicemen of the British Crown. Our Gurkha Welfare Advice Centres (GWAC) in Salisbury and Aldershot have helped thousands of retired Gurkhas to successfully settle in the UK.…
    PO Box 217022 Queen StreetSalisburySP1 1EY

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