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- 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
- Last Saturday of the monthA SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND NOW ADULTS! Important Information: READING ENGINE SHED. Our usual venue at Katesgrove Children’s Centre is closed for six months or so for refurbishment. Our venue for forthcoming 2022 dates is: ST BARNABAS CHURCH HALL, 20…Katesgrove Childrens CentreWaterloo MeadowsReadingBerkshireRG2 0BN
- Open Monday to Wednesday from 0930 to 1630ENRYCH Berkshire – Looking Beyond Disability ENRYCH Berkshire is a local charity that supports adults with a physical disability to take part in social, leisure and learning activities. We offer: Advice and information on leisure and activities that are available in the local area; 1:1…Room G1, TOB1, Earley GateUnioversity of ReadingWhiteknightsReadingBerkshireRG6 7BE
- Our Ever Active Ageing Well programme is a physical and cognitive seated exercise activity that supports older & disabled adults who are seeking to improve their health, fitness and reduce feelings of loneliness and social isolation. All of our Ever Active Sessions are led by…
- Every Friday - 10 am til noonLooking for friendship or company? Need a break or to put your feet up with a newspaper? Play a game, craft or chatter away… Feel Good Friday offers a space for you to come and meet with others over refreshments in a warm friendly atmosphere. …26 School RoadReadingRG31 5AN
- COVID-19 RESPONSE: Firtree have been keeping in touch with their members and with updates on activities they can offer online. Please look at their latest Newsletter attached for further info. Last updated: 24/06/2020 FIRTREE stands for: Friends in Retirement Taking Recreation, Education and Exercise. The…280The MeadwayTilehurstReadingRG30 4PE
- 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
- Floatability offers skippered, accessible boat trips on the Thames for disabled adults and children. To us disability includes physical, special needs or mental health conditions. We provide fishing and nature trips on the Goring on Thames stretch of the river.
- 10:30am - 12 noon, 1st Friday of every monthA social group for anyone passionate about football! Come along, enjoy some light refershments and make new friends with similar interests. Open to all adults.Junction 11, M4ReadingRG2 0FL
- FridaysRecovery Group on a Friday at 2pm at the Pavilion to provide support and encouragement for those in recovery and for those currently still in addiction but seeking help to change their lifestyle, 12 week course. Anybody is welcome to drop in.Lifespring Church, 143-145Oxford RoadReadingRG1 7UY
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