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  1. Monthly talks from October to April, usually on the last Thursday evening of the month.
    We aim to provide the gardening community of Tilehurst with horticultural supplies at reasonable prices, together with a lively programme of talks and activities throughout the year.   Annual membership fees at reasonable rates, with reductions for senior citizens.  Gardening talks held in the winter months.…
    Victoria RoadVictoria RoadTilehurstREADINGBerkshireRG31 5AB
  2. Open Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat; Closed Sun, Weds, Fri & Bank Holidays
    All Reading libraries are open as normal, see www.reading.gov.uk/libraries for opening and information. For the latest on rhymetimes, see www.reading.gov.uk/rhymetimes   Services we provide: Books - fiction and non-fiction, adult and children, large print Books in French and Spanish Spoken word CDs and cassettes Music CDs DVDs Selection of…
    Tilehurst LibrarySchool RoadTilehurstReadingRG31 5AS
  3. Tilehurst Youth & Community Centre is at the heart of Tilehurst Triangle which is the community hub of West Reading. It is located on the first floor of a two storey building just above the Co-op shops. There is also an accessible lift on the…
    23The TriangleReadingBerkshireRG30 4RN
    Tilehurst Youth & Community Centre
  4. 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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  5. 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

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