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  1. 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
  2. Third Thursday of each month 7.30pm for 8.00pm start.
    The society is dedicated to the performance of magic as an entertainment. Members are from all walks of life and range in age from 12 years to well beyond retirement. Junior members enjoy a reduced annual subscription. The annual subscription is currently £30 and there…
    Maiden PlaceKilnsea DriveLower EarleyREADINGRG6 3HE
  3. Every other Friday starting from 28th Oct 22
    We are currently providing a senior social club in your local area! Reconnect relationships and the community!  We run our club every other Friday at Hexham Road Community Centre.  We provide a hot meal and refreshments, bingo and live entertainment all for just £12 per…
    Hexham roadReadingRG2 7UD
  4. Every two months.
    Fight against racial discrimination. Work with trade unions, Reading Borough Council, Reading Council for Racial Equality and other progressive organisations. Struggle against retrogressive customs, dowry caste systems. Organise cultural functions and outing trips. Various publications.
    2 Norris RoadREADINGBerkshireRG6 1NJ

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