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  1. Visit website for up to date information. Activities include - Academies, National League, Community programes, Healthy lifstyle and womens programmes; junior development; regional and local teams; NBL senior mens team; coaching for disabled and disaffected personnel; coaching in sports centres; lunchtime and after school clubs;…
  2. Monday's (see above for dates)
    Classes will be held on Mondays, running from 19:30 to 21:00, and the course is a  total of 8 weeks long: 1 taster session, 6 classes, and 1 competition (within the group) and grading.  There are a total of 30-places on each course.  If you…
    [Main Sports Hall]Holme Park, Sonning Lane,Sonning on ThamesBerkshireRG4 6SU
    Reading Fencing Club
  3. Tuesdays - 10:30am-3:00pm
    The Reading Golders is an open and welcoming group for older people in Reading, with a special focus on the African and Carribean community. The lunch is always freshly ccoked using traditional recipes with special attention to the nutritious needs of older adults. The group provides seated exercise,…
    84 Queen's RoadReadingRG1 4BW
  4. The social club is open to everyone over 50. It's a great opportunity to socialise, try some new activities and meet new people. The club is run by local volunteers and supported by Reading Borough Council. We meet every Wednesday from 11.00am to 2.00pm at Whitley Wood Community Centre. Lunch and hot drinks…
    Copenhagen Close off Swallowfield DriveWhitley Wood, ReadingBerkshireRG2 8UH
  5. Every Tuesday 1pm-3pm
    The social club is for older people who are looking to get out and meet new people. It is run by local volunteers and supported by Reading Borough Council. Every Tuesday, 1.00 pm to 3.00pm. £2 a session includes tea, coffee and light refreshments
    Coronation SquareSouthcoteReadingBerkshireRG30 3QP
  6. Wyfold Group Riding for the Disabled is an independent charity that provides horse riding facilities for people with physical or mental disabilities located within the south Oxfordshire and Reading areas. For those unable to ride, carriage driving is also available. We currently have 7 ponies/horses…
    Wyfold Riding For The DisabledKingwoodHenley-on-thamesOxfordshireRG9 5WG
  7. Various days and times throughout the month, email for further information
    u3a is a UK-wide collection of charities providing activities for retired people to come together and learn for fun, and Reading u3a has members across Reading and beyond. There are interest groups for everyone who has retired. Groups include Languages, Current Affairs, Seated Exercise, Town…
    Abbey SquareReading(and other locations)RG1 3BE
    Reading u3a logo

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