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- Telephone enquiries welcome Mon-Fri 9am - 5pmAt Thrive, we are passionate about the health benefits that gardening, horticulture and spending time in nature can bring. We are a leading UK charity with over 40 years’ experience of an approach called social and therapeutic horticulture (STH). We want to help people with…The Geoffrey Udall CentreBeech Hill RoadBeech HillReadingBerkshireRG7 2AT
- Monday to FridayCompass Recovery College continues to run free mental health and wellbeing workshops, both online and in person. Whether you are a returning participant or new to Compass Recovery College, there’s something for everyone. The wide range of workshops we offer are an educational route to…
- 3rd Wednesday in the month September to May 7:15-9:30pm.Aim: to foster an interest in the history of Reading. Affiliated to - Berkshire Local History Association. Please see the web link below to leave a message and contact us: http://historyofreadingsociety.org.uk/contact/Abbey SquareREADINGBerkshireRG1 3BE
- Please contact us for detailsVisit us if you are interested in beads and beadwork, learning beadwork, techniques and meeting other beadworkers.
- Once every two months - Please check for specific dates each monthLocal Residents working along side Police and Council Staff to problem solve both criminal and community issues within the North Reading area
- All courses must be pre-booked. Visit the Crescent website for more information on courses for, computer skills, first aid and food safety www.earleycrescent.org . Employability workshops are FREE, there is a charge for other courses Employability workshops including: personality profiling for job search, using linkedIn…Crescent Resource CentreWarbler DriveLower EarleyReadingRG6 4HB
- Open Monday to Friday 9am until 2pmA family friendly cafe in West Reading with affordable food & drink and a free play area.YMCA Reading34 Parkside RoadReadingBerkshireRG30 2DD
- 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
- 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
- The next meeting is on Wednesday 23rd November 2022 at 7.00pm at St Marks Church, Cranbury Road. Meetings are usually held every 2 monthsThe 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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