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South Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum (Formerly Neighbourhood Action Group)

Safer Neighbourhood Forums are made up of local resident volunteers that work with Reading Borough Council, Police and other organisations on crime issues raised by the community. If you would be interested in finding out more about South Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum, please contact the Neighbourhood…

Grange Memory Cafe

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

LETS

LETS stands for local exchange trading system . We are a trading group trading services, produce and some goods for our currency, ‘Bricks’, on a timebank basis. We joined  Bracknell LETS in 2018 and operate as a local area of it. We  have an active…
33London StreetReadingRG1 4PS

Café Siena - St Catherine's Church, Tilehurst

Thursdays and Fridays : 10.00am to 2.00pm
A warm welcome - open to everyone. Tea and coffee from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm Lunches from 12 noon to 2.00 pm
St. Catherine Church CentreWhittingham AvenueTilehurstReadingRG31 5LN

Tilehurst - Friday Friends

Most Fridays : 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Friday Friends meets weekly from 2.00 – 4.00pm, (free for carers), offering a mix of talks, light exercise, singing together, tabletop games or craft activities in a safe, warm and friendly environment – with tea and cakes. The sessions are intended for those in the…
St Catherine's Church CentreWhittingham AvenueTilehurstReadingRG31 5LN

Caversham & District Residents Association

We aim to see that developments in Caversham are for the benefit of the whole area.
RG4 8AX

Guide Association 30th Reading Brownies

Thursdays 5.45-7.15pm.
We aim to encourage the mental, physical and spiritual development of girls under the policy, organisation and rules of the Guide Association through a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. Brownies 7-10 years.
Palmer Park AvenueREADINGBerkshireRG6 1DN

Older Generation Monthly Lunch Club at Milestone Centre

Every 3rd Tuesday of the month
Social, home cooked meal, small and welcoming group meets once a month for a social lunch
Caversham Park Village AssociatonNorthbrook RoadCavershamRG4 6PF

RVS BALL (Be Active & Live Longer) Social Club

Friday morning from 11am to 12pm
This club aims to help local people live longer, happier and healthier lives. We meet once a week on a Friday for an hour long yoga session. It is aimed at local people over the age of 50 and involves seated yoga, meditation, body scan,…
118bOxford RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 7NG

Indian Workers Association GB, Reading Branch

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