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- The county association consisits of affiliated clubs and promotes county championships and competitions for their members. It promotes all aspects of the sport and organises courses for the teaching and practice of swimming and for coaches and officials. Swimming, water polo, diving and synchronised swimming.…READINGBerkshireRG
- Relate offers counselling for children and young people, please call for further information.Relate281 Basingstoke RoadReadingBerkshireRG2 0JA
- Independent Visiting & Advocacy Service These are now being provided by Reconstruct as a commissioned service. No need to go to panel- just refer! Every child in care has a statutory right to an Independent Visitor and an Advocate should they want one. Care leavers,…
- Reading Voluntary Action exists to promote and support the individuals and groups who make up our diverse voluntary and community sector. We work to: Encourage volunteering and social action Support the voluntary sector to grow and thrive Connect communities in Reading Improve the lives…3rd Floor Reading Central LibraryAbbey SquareReadingRG1 3BQ
- Sunday afternoonsA triathlon Club for 8 - 16 years olds which meets weekly on a Sunday afternoon during term time. Visit website for more details and contact information.
- 7 days a week and out of hours serviceOffering face to face and online support. We offer one to one support to individuals wishing to quit smoking in Reading. Support include: Pregnancy support Carbon monoxide testing Quit Bella App 24/7 support Advice on NRT (patches gum etc..) and much more... Our specially trained advisors…Headley RoadReadingRG5 4JA
- Monday to Friday 9am-6pmThe Trust supports people aged 13-30 who are looking to make a change in their lives? If you're unemployed or struggling at school, The Prince's Trust can help you in a number of ways, including free training courses, brand new experiences, support, mentoring and finance. …
- Chapter2 is a faith based organisation that supports fatherless boys and young men (7 to 16 years old) with positive male role models and mentors, currently in the Reading area. 1-2-1 mentoring Visit website to find out more448aBasingstoke RoadReadingRG2 0RX
- Mondays 4pm to 5.30pmNot running at the moment, contact provider for more details. Totally free, no need to bring any equipment open to everyone (9-15 year olds), come down and try it out.ReadingRG6 1LF
- Helpline: Every day 9am-12am (mindnight)HOPELineUK is a specialist telephone helpline service staffed by trained professionals who give non-judgemental support, practical advice and information to children, teenagers and young people up to the age of 35 who are worried about themselves or anyone who is concerned about a young person They…2 BanksideCrosfield StreetWarringtonWA1 1UP
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