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- The PAMH (Physical Activity for Mental Health) Partnership is a group of organisations working in Reading to deliver physical activity and mental health and wellbeing activities to the communities of Reading. The group came together to build on partnerships established in the Reading Mental Wellbeing…
- Tuesday to SaturdayAn Inspiring Learning Centre, 5-14 Yr Olds Of All Abilities, Enthusiastic Tutors, Individualised Curriculum, Improves School Performance. The Reading centre is open 7 days a week. Members do not book sessions in advance, and can attend on any day, and at any time during our…J Sainsbury PlcSavacentreCalcotReadingBerkshireRG31 7SA
- Children - Monday: 6.30pm-7.30pm; Adults - Monday: 7.30pm-8.30pmIf you are interested in taking up Wado-Kai karate we offer a free trial lesson to all new students, you are also very welcome to pop by and watch a lesson. To start, all you need are some comfortable clothes (tracksuit and trainers) and a…252-260Northumberland AvenueReadingRG2 7QA
- Employment Consultants who can offer individual support and assessment of skills, potential and possible rehabilitation needs to people with disabilities. Please see our Contact Us section on the website to submit an email enquiry.BirchlandRavansworth RoadMortimer West EndReadingRG7 3UD
- Sport and physical activitiesBath RoadKnowl HillReadingRG10 9XA
- Open Monday, Tuesday & Friday 10am-1.30pm, Sunday 9am-10amDrop in Centre for the homeless and disadvantaged in Reading. Services provided are:- - Free clothing - Access to showers, baths and clothes - Access to the telephone and secure postal address - Access to medical services and housing information Opening Times: Monday, Tuesday, Friday…St Saviour's Church HallBerkeley AvenueReadingBerkshireRG1 6JT
- Information about local bus services and fares (Travel Centre in Broad Street Mal, 9.00am - 5.30pm, Monday to Saturday). All Reading Buses have priority seats for older people and passengers with disabilities. Most Reading Buses are accessible for most types of wheelchairs and drivers have all…
- Wednesdays, 10.00 - 12.00 - 1½ hr weekly sessions during term timeWe are Park 60s+, a fun, happy, supportive group of ladies and gentlemen who meet Wednesdays in term time at Park Church between 10.15 and 11.45. We exercise, learn fun routines to keep our bodies physically fit, toned, stretched, mobilised, safe and our minds challenged…Palmer Park AveWokingham RoadReadingBerkshireRG6 1DN
- Reading YMCA is committed to helping young people, particularly in times of need, regardless of race, gender, ability or faith. Our employees and volunteers provide housing and support and workshop and life skills training for young people, a children’s play group, respite for young carers,…34Parkside RoadReadingRG30 2DD
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