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  1. Torch is a community help hub set up and run by volunteers from local churches across Reading with the aim of providing a helping hand to those who otherwise cannot get help and tend to fall through the gaps of existing provision. This is a…
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  2. Wednesday and Fridays 7:30pm - 10pm
    Local drama group. We present two plays and a pantomime every year. We always welcome new members for acting and behind the scenes (backstage) work. Please visit the Contact Us page on the website to send us a message.
    School RoadTilehurstReadingRG31 5AN
    Triangle Players Drama Group
  3. Every day Monday to Friday 9.30 to 5.30pm by calling
    'UTULIVU' is a Swahili word for 'PATIENCE'. We work with women, senior citizens, children and young people with the support of men. Our main focus is to empower in order to integrate into the wider community through activities that promote health, education, wealth creation, healthy…
    35-39 London StreetLondon StreetReadingBerkshireRG1 4PS
  4. We are a constituted association representing residents in the Great Knollys Street and George Street area to the west of Reading town centre. We are a completely independent non-profit organisation run by volunteers, helping to generate some community spirit in a small corner of Reading. We…
  5. Feeling helpless in the face of a global refugee crisis? This is a great opportunity to make a difference to people's lives. As a Volunteer Host Support Worker, you will help Sanctuary Hosting to assess and monitor potential hosts, making sure that we are providing…

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