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- Thursdays 19:15-22:30Reading Chess Club is open every Thursday from 7.15pm-10.30pm. The subscription rates are: Adults £70 plus an English Chess Federation (ECF) registration fee of £18, Under 18s £40 plus ECF registration fee of £6 unless this is the first time of registration in which…95York RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 8DU
- Cygnets is a competitive swimming club for people with learning disabilities. They compete in regional, national and international competitions. Joining the Club: Membership of the Club is open to swimmers with a learning disability from the age of 7 years, who are capable of swimming…Richfield AvenueReadingRG1 8EQ
- Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays 19am-12.30pm (Information Office)A free information service is offered in British Sign Language Tuesdays to Thursday 9am-12.30pm. The Deaf club is open on specific Saturdays for social events 7-11pm. The Over 50’s club meets every two weeks 10am-3pm The Deaf church meets monthly, 1st Sunday in the month…Reading Deaf Centre131-133 Cardiff RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 8JF
- Fourth Friday of the month 7.30 pm - 9.30 pmA group which meets once a month, to chat in french, share a drink together and listen to a talk59Church StreetCavershamRG4 8AX
- Tuesdays - 10:30am-3:00pmThe 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
- Alternate Tuesdays 7.15pm-9.15pmGateway Club Activities are decided on by the individuals who attend, via the Gateway Committee; they include indoor activities like cooking, movie nights, art and craft, indoor sports, Wii games as well as activities within the community like pub nights, climbing, bowling and rounders in…21 Alexandra RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 5PE
- Reading Outdoor Group is a friendly local club, offering a varied programme of outdoor activities and social events throughout the year including walking, cycling, weekends away, and socialising.ReadingBerkshire
- 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;…
- If you are interested in joining the swimming club, aquafun, fun or beginner classes. Please contact group directly for more details.
- Various days and times throughout the month, email for further informationu3a 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
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