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  1. Helping all refugees access education from primary age to university age. Providing resources, tips, advice and mentoring schemes for individuals and schools to support refugees access education.
    174Hammersmith RoadLondonW6 7JP
  2. The Indian Community Association is a vibrant and accessible community organisation, providing a wide range of services and opportunities for local people of all ages and backgrounds. After School Club activities, Cultural Awareness classes, support for older people, volunteering and training placements are just some…
    2Norris RoadReadingRG6 1NJ
  3. Thursdays 12-1.30 (term time only)
    Join us at our free drop in baby feeding group to set support with your little ones feeding.  You don't need to have a feeding problem to attend, just come along to chat with other parents about your feeding journey 
    The Old RectoryRectory roadPadworth CommonReadingBerkshireRG7 4JD
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  4. We're really excited to announce that we'll be putting on a group exhibition of poems and photographs to celebrate the work from our recent workshop series. 'OCCY ROAD: EPISODE 1' will have its grand opening on the 31st MAY 6-9PM. You'll be able to chat…
    Oxford Road Community Centre, 344Oxford RoadReadingRG30 1AF
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  5. Referrals for the scheme will close on May 30th 2023
    The Refugee Council are currently recruiting for their IKEA Employability Training course in Reading. The course involves 2 weeks employability training from expert advisors, with cv advice, cover letter writing and interview practice. Following this, candidates have the opportunity to interview at the IKEA Store…


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