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  1. Berkshire Maestros, offers the highest quality musical education delivering instrumental and singing lessons in schools across the county and at music centres in Reading, Bracknell, Wokingham, Newbury and Windsor. Tuition covers all instrumental families; brass, guitar, keyboard, percussion, strings, woodwind and voice, across a wide…
    Stoneham Court100 Cockney HillTilehurstReadingBerkshireRG30 4EZ
    Berkshire Maestros logo with strapline 2017
  2. Five A Day Market Garden is a not-for-profit community-supported project which aims to engage the community by: Producing and selling naturally-grown fruit and vegetables; Running a variety of educational courses, one-off workshops and ongoing projects throughout the year, in subjects including fruit, vegetable and floral…
    The StreetEnglefieldReadingRG7 5EL
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    Alternate Tuesdays 7.15pm-9.15pm
     Gateway Club  Activities are decided on by the individuals who attend, via the Gateway Committee; they include indoor activities like cooking, movie nights, art and craft, indoor sports, Wii games as well as activities within the community like pub nights, climbing, bowling and rounders in…
    21 Alexandra RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 5PE
    Reading Mencap
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    Mondays 10am-1pm
    Hear Our Voice meets weekly on Monday mornings from 10am – 1pm at the Museum of English Rural Life. The group, formerly known as Coffee Club, provides social activities as well as aiming to improve social skills and self-awareness through self-advocacy.   All activities are chosen…
    6 Redlands RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 5EX
    Reading Mencap

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