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  1. 1st Thursday of the Month
    Peer to peer support meeting space, 1st Thursday of the month, all year round at Fairview Community Centre.  This is a space for pregnant and post-natal people to come, with their children of any age, and talk about their experiences with their peers, facilitated by…
    Great Knollys StreetReadingRG1 7HL
  2. 3rd Friday of the Month 10am-12pm
    New peer to peer support meeting space, starts Friday 17th March, and running every third Friday of the month, all year round at Hexham Road Community Centre, in Whitley.   This is a space for pregnant and post-natal people to come, with their children of…
    1ABamburgh CloseReadingRG2 7UD
  3. Friday 14th April 2023
    Save the Date! Friday 14th April 2023 9am-4pm FREE Entry - limited space so booking required Click here and scroll down to 'reserve a slot' Palmer Park Festival of Inclusivity Tickets, Fri 14 Apr 2023 at 09:00 | Eventbrite  Open to adults and children(8+) with a…
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  4. Coley Craft - 3rd Saturday of every month 10am - 12pm A friendly drop in session where you can work on your own craft projects in good company. Suggested donation of £1 to cover the cost of tea/coffee and homemade cake!
    Wensley RoadReadingRG1 6DU
  5. AgeSpace provides information and support for anyone who concerned about or caring for older family members or neighbours. Find advice on types of care, finaces, power of attorney, TEC support and equipment for independent living, information on dementia and more, including localised information for Berkshire.…
  6. We have some paid and unpaid career development opportunities coming up in the summer. They're for both children and adults and I wondered whether you’d mind sharing on your networks? We’d be really grateful.   Twitter Opportunities for career development in theatre at @RABBLE_Theatre. Opportunities…
  7. Friday morning
    RWFC has players aged 50+ years of all abilities and genders. The Club plays to the Walking Football Association Rules. We currently organise games within the Club between members of the Club and, not with other clubs. We employ referees to keep players to the…
    Richfield AvenueReadingBerkshireRG1 8EQ
  8. The Ranger Station, a new destination for activities, entertainment and learning for families and children from across Reading and beyond – is now open and offering two exciting new activities. Book now for outdoor family adventure mini-golf Book now for indoor ‘Sky Tykes’ low ropes course for…
    Reading Borough Council, Prospect Park PavilionLiebenrood RoadReadingRG30 2ND
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