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  1. Sundays once a month 12.30pm to 4.00pm
    Visit Facebook page for information repair advice sessions. Get help to repair a wide range of items covering areas such as: Electronics Mechanical Items Computers (hardware / software) Toys / Furniture Clothing / Textiles Tool Sharpening Repair cafe meet every month, at RISC, London Street…
  2. Fridays: Beginners 10am-11.30am; Intermediate 1pm-2pm
    To find out more, or book a place, please contact email:pavilionenglishschool@gmail.com  The class runs on Friday mornings at 10am. The Pavilion English School teaches English language skills for speakers of other languages. The classes run during school term time and are free. No need to…
    Lifespring Church, 143-145Oxford RoadReadingRG1 7UY
  3. 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
  4. Contact group directly to check when running. Southcote  GrowAllot is a  thriving community allotment growing fresh, healthy fruit and vegetables with local residents of all ages. Local families have transformed a piece of derelict land at Florian Gardens, just off Coronation Square so everyone can…
    Behind 1 - 23 Florian GardensNear Coronation SquareSuothcoteReadingBerkshireRG30 3QG
  5. New Beginnings Reading 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 or belief. This…
    Queens Arms (alcohol free pub)Great Knollys StreetReadingRG1 7HL
  6. The next meeting is on Wednesday 23rd November 2022 at 7.00pm at St Marks Church, Cranbury Road. Meetings are usually held every 2 months
    The Oxford Road Safer Neighbourhood Forum is a voluntary group led by residents working with partner agencies (most notably Thames Valley Police and Reading Borough Council) that aims to act as a locally based problem solving group on community safety and crime
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  7. The East Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum is a voluntary group made up of local residents working with partner agencies (most notably Thames Valley Police and Reading Borough Council) that aims to act as a locally based problem solving group on community safety aand crime Meetings …
    Room L33 G01London RoadReadingRG1 5AQ
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