Our aim is to help NEET (or Risk of NEET) young people aged 16-18 (up to 25 for SEND and Care Leavers) to make informed career choices about their future. Our role is to provide impartial advice and guidance supporting young people back into Employment,…20Tudor RoadReadingRG1 1NH
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- Tilehurst Youth & Community Centre is at the heart of Tilehurst Triangle which is the community hub of West Reading. It is located on the first floor of a two storey building just above the Co-op shops. There is also an accessible lift on the…23The TriangleReadingBerkshireRG30 4RN
- Berkshire West CCG has commissioned the online counselling service Kooth, to support young people aged 11 – 18 years (up to 19th birthday). Kooth is an integral component of Berkshire West’s mental health provision offering digital counselling and emotional well-being service for young people and…
- Running or walking through wooded and/or urban areas finding a route between electronic controls. Beginners of all ages. Coaching and equipment hire is available. Events regularly within Berkshire.
- The Children’s Single Point of Access is Reading’s new arrangement for you to raise concerns about a child (pre-birth to 18 years old - up to 25 years for children and young people with special needs) this includes safeguarding and child protection. Having a Single Point…
- Various times and days contact provider.Ballet, Tap, Street Dance, Tots Dance & Contemporary Dance. Venues in Caversham ~ Caversham Hall, Caversham Methodist Hall; Emmer Green ~ Youth & Community Centre; St Mary & All Saints School; Emmanuel Church Centre Woodley. Contact provider directly for up to date information on when…24St. Andrews RoadCavershamReadingRG4 7PH
- Please contact provider for details. Beavers: Toronto colony meets on Monday, Vancouver colony meets on Wednesday. Cubs: Panther pack meets on Wednesdays, Lion pack meets on Thursdays. Scouts: Founder troop meets on Wednesday, Knight troop meets on Monday. Explorer: Penguins For information on how to join…Scout AssociationKiln RoadEmmer GreenReadingBerkshireRG4 8UE
- Once a month on SaturdayWe will now run monthly workshops on a Saturday on a variety of archaeology and historical themes. We play games, make and build things, handle real ancient artefacts, go on trips and take part in experiments! If your child is aged between 8 and 16…Humanities and Social Sciences (HumSS) BuildingDepartment of ClassicsWhiteknightsReadingRG6 6UR
- FridayLearn how to dance on bollywood or bhangra beats in Reading and Woodley. Please view our offerings at our website. We also come with regular dance show and DJ events. Please sign up for our news letter to keep updated.41-43London Rd, ReadingReadingBerkshireRG1 5BN
- Open Monday to Friday 8am-9.30pm, Saturdays 10am-8.30pm, Sundays 10am-7pm.YMCA Reading is a local charity providing supported accommodation for vulnerable young people between the ages of 16-25 years. Contact Reading Borough Council Housing Advice as they refer young people to the YMCA Tel: 0118 9372165 email: firstname.lastname@example.org or if under 18 years contact Brighter…34Parkside RoadReadingBerkshireRG30 2DD
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