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  1. 10:30am - 12 noon, 1st Friday of every month
    A 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
  2. Get Berkshire Active is a charity with a social purpose to transform lives through Sport and Physical Activity. Funded nationally through Sport England they help to deliver the government strategy for Sport locally. To find out more about classes, courses and activities in your area…
    Marlow RoadBisham VillageMarlowSL6 1RR
  3. Regular drop-in sessions at various times - see notes for schedule
    Get Online drop-in sessions are gradually starting up again at venues around Reading. Monthly Friday sessions at a new venue – Oak Tree House in Dee Park. Sessions will be on the first Friday of the month at 11:00. The sessions are in a sheltered…
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  4. Sundays, 10.30 a.m., morning service
    0-5 Toddlers runs Tuesdays 10-11.30am term time On Sundays there is a creche for under 4's and Gracekidz for primary school aged children during the sermon. SYNC our youth club runs alternate Fridays from 7.30-9pm for young people aged 11-16. For the over 55's we…
    119 Peppard RoadEmmer GreenReadingRG4 8TR
  5. Walking groups run by the Greater Reading Napalese Community Association which are open to everyone. Local volunteers who have trained to become walking leaders organise weekly meetings in Whitley and Palmer Park. Walkers can choose between slow and fast routes and enjoy local scenic walks…
  6. 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://www.historyofreadingsociety.org.uk/?page_id=38
    Abbey SquareREADINGBerkshireRG1 3BE
    History of Reading Society

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