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Tai Chi (Reading Taijiquan Academy)

Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday morning (Adults)
Authentic local Tai Chi classes taught in friendly and welcoming environment. The original Chen style Tai Chi taught by Viki Lloyd who learned from Chinese instructors and regularly travels to China to improve her knowledge. Everyone welcome to join and begin to improve their fitness,…
St Georges RoadOff Oxford RoadReadingBerksRG1 7RQ

Al Anon Reading

All those affected by someone else's drinking are welcome, please just be aware that some meetings may also be attended by professionals eg medical, educational or others interested in how Al-Anon works. OPEN Meeting on third Monday of the month in Reading. Meetings are not…
Wycliffe Baptist Church, 233Kings RoadReadingRG1 4LS

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

Rose Centre Reading - Support for Victims of FGM

The Centre is a place where women who have experienced FGM can access support and where necessary, onward referral to services. There will be support from local communities, local experts on the subject of FGM as well as Specialist Obs/Gynae Registrar providing clinical advice and…
344Oxford RoadReadingRG30 1AF

Berkshire Vision Localoffer

Coronavirus Status: Open
Berkshire Vision Children, Young People and Families – benefit from the support we provide, getting involved in activities adapted to meet each young person’s needs and having the opportunities to develop friendships with other visually impaired young people. Our activities are run throughout the year,…
Berkshire VisionMidleton House, 5 Erleigh RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 5LR

Reading Deaf Centre - Covid-19 response

Coronavirus Status: Open Online
COVID-19 RESPONSE: The Information Officer is working from home and contactable on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays - 10 am to 1:30 pm to provide support and services via email / text / sms / face time. Current message on website 18/06/21   A free information service…
Reading Deaf Centre131-133 Cardiff RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 8JF

Supper Club for over 55's

Wednesdays 3:30-5pm
Weekly group running for over 55's in an informal, comfortable setting. The afternoon comprises of relaxed and accessbile games, either musical bingo (music of the groups choice!) or a fun team quiz. Prizes are on offer, followed by a light supper, freshly prepared food from the Oak Tree…
10Spey RoadTilehurstReadingBerkshireRG30 4DZ

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

Christchurch Meadows GDTennis

Both singles and doubles are permitted when we return on Monday 29th March. The rule of 6 will be in place, so you must not visit the courts or mix around players in a group larger than 6 people. We are based in Christchurch Meadows,…

Macular Disease Society - Reading & District Support Group

Macular conditions all affect the central part of the retina and cause loss of central vision. Macular disease only affects the macula and is the most common cause of sight loss in industrialised countries. Some other conditions such as diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusion…
Palmer Park AvenueReadingRG6 1DN