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- Approximately every 2 months.BDXC is a club for radio enthusiasts interested in listening to the short wave, medium wave and FM broadcast bands. We are a national club which also has local meetings in Reading. Anyone interested in radio is welcome to attend these meetings. Please see web…35-39 London StreetREADINGBerkshireRG1 4PS
- Recreation RoadBurghfield CommonREADINGBerkshireRG7 3EN
- Mondays 6pm children, 7:00pm adults / Saturdays 10am children, 11am adultsTae Kwon Do - learn to protect and defend yourself, improve your fitness, stamina, strength, confidence, co-ordination and flexibility.Mole RoadSindleshamWokinghamRG41 5DX
- Thursdays and Fridays : 10.00am to 2.00pmA warm welcome - open to everyone. Tea and coffee from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm Lunches from 12 noon to 2.00 pmSt. Catherine Church CentreWhittingham AvenueTilehurstReadingRG31 5LN
- 9am-5pm Monday to FridayCalibre Audio Library brings the joy of audiobooks to anyone struggling to access print. We offer fiction and non-fiction, recorded unabridged audio books through a subscription-free national postal and internet service. The Calibre website provides details of all our services. Calibre Audio Library ia a registered…New RoadWeston TurvilleAylesburyBuckinghamshireHP22 5XQ
- Sunday 10-30-6:30pmCarey StreetREADINGBerkshireRG1 7JS
- Sport and physical activitiesBath RoadKnowl HillReadingRG10 9XA
- Last Monday each monthThe oldest and largest charity dedicated solely to the welfare of cats. Telephone: 03453 714 212 - lines are open Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 5.00pm, and Saturday 9.00am - 3.00pm only.PO Box 4054BracknellBerkshireRG42 9DERG42 9DE
- Second Wednesday of the month at 7.00pm for 7.30pm.Creativity with flowers, traditional and contemporary. Our activities include: floral demonstrations and talks, workshops and courses, flower festivals and shows, fun events and outings. No previous experience required.
- Monthly committee meeting plus AGMWe aim to see that developments in Caversham are for the benefit of the whole area.
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