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MakeLunch Reading

A lunchclub for families, providing fun activities, crafts and a free hot meal for families who need it during the school holidays. Located at the Salvation Army hall on Anstey Road, Reading from 11.30 to 1pm. Please contact to let them know if you will…
Anstey RoadReadingRG1 7SJ

The Maples Wellbeing Centre

Come and see this refurbished Day Service for Older People. The Maples is now located at Rivermead, Richfield Avenue. The Day Service is a lovely fresh new environment with plenty of activities and opportunities on offer for Older People and for our Partners across the Voluntary…
Rivermead Leisure ComplexRichfield AvenueReadingRG1 8EQ

Minster Safer Neighbourhood Forum

Meetings are taking place on Thursdays at 7pm: 6 January 2022 & 3 March 2022 at Coley Park Community Centre.
The Safer Neighbourhood Forum (SNF) is made up of volunteers (local residents) that work with Reading Borough Council, Thames Valley Police and other organisations on issues raised by the community. Residents and workers from the Minster Ward are more than welcome to come along and join us.
140Wensley RoadColey ParkReadingBerkshireRG1 6DW

Mobile Library

If you are housebound or unable to get to your local library, we may be able to arrange for books to be delivered to your home, free of charge, at regular intervals. We offer a wide range of fiction alongside non-fiction books on cookery, biography,…
Tilehurst LibrarySchool RoadTilehurstReadingRG31 5AS

New Beginnings Reading

New Beginnings Reading is a homeless charity based in Reading. "Our aims are the prevention and relief of poverty and financial hardship of persons in Reading and the Greater Berkshire area who are in need due to social or economic reasons, regardless of their religion…
Queens Arms (alcohol free pub)Great Knollys StreetReadingRG1 7HL

NHS Retirement Fellowship Royal Berkshire Branch

A wide range of people who have worked/work in the NHS come along to meet up with one another. Our group meets at 10am for coffee and a chat with members.  At 10.30 the group are informed of any notices after which a speaker gives…
14Elm RoadReadingBerkshireRG6 5TS

No5 Young People - Young People's Mental Health Helpline

Monday to Friday 3pm-9pm (Sessions)
Coronavirus Status: Open Online
No5 Young People’s Mental Health Helpline provides telephone support from qualified young people’s counsellors (it's not a crisis line). It was initially created knowing the additional strain of coronavirus on young people’s wellbeing and mental health and No5 wanted to do something to help those…
101Oxford RoadReadingRG1 7UD

North Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum

Local Residents working along side Police and Council Staff to problem solve issues within the Caversham area
CavershamReadingBerkshire

Older Generation Monthly Lunch Club at Milestone Centre

Every 3rd Tuesday of the month
Social, home cooked meal, small and welcoming group meets once a month for a social lunch
Caversham Park Village AssociatonNorthbrook RoadCavershamRG4 6PF

Older People's Working Group (OPWG)

The group aims to help older people find out about local services, have a say about how these are run, and raise topics which matter to them with Council representatives. Meetings are open to all older residents of Reading. The group decides the topics for discussion and there…
Reading Borough Council, Civic OfficesBridge StreetReadingRG1 2LU