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- Carisbrooke is registered for five adults with severe learning disabilities and associated complex needs. It is ideally situated near local shops and just five minutes away from Caversham village and Reading town centre. The home has five fully en-suite bedrooms, (three on the ground floor and three…341Peppard RoadEmmer GreenReadingRG4 8XG
- 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:30pmReading Humanists is a friendly social (occasionally campaigning) group for non-religious people in the Reading area. We welcome all who share our view that: the world is a natural place; this life is the only one we have; morality and ethics are based on our common…
- Open Monday, Tuesday & Friday 10am-1.30pm, Sunday 9am-10amDrop in Centre for the homeless and disadvantaged in Reading. Services provided are:- - Free clothing - Access to showers, baths and clothes - Access to the telephone and secure postal address - Access to medical services and housing information Opening Times: Monday, Tuesday, Friday…St Saviour's Church HallBerkeley AvenueReadingBerkshireRG1 6JT
- Information about local bus services and fares (Travel Centre in Broad Street Mal, 9.00am - 5.30pm, Monday to Saturday). All Reading Buses have priority seats for older people and passengers with disabilities. Most Reading Buses are accessible for most types of wheelchairs and drivers have all…
- Reading YMCA is committed to helping young people, particularly in times of need, regardless of race, gender, ability or faith. Our employees and volunteers provide housing and support and workshop and life skills training for young people, a children’s play group, respite for young carers,…34Parkside RoadReadingRG30 2DD
- Every 3rd Friday of the monthA community group. These sessions will be informal but each with a theme guided by a facilitator remotely. The plan is to get people together talking of the issues that bother them most and work out how they can resolve them by accessing the right…Middle Building344 Oxford RoadReadingRG30 1AF
- Meetings usually take place on the second Wednesday of every other month. Our next meeting is on 13 May 2020 at 7pm but please check to ensure it is has not been cancelled.Residents of Katesgrove Ward meet with the local police and council representatives to discuss issues that matter to them. The group has a Communitly Allotment at Waterloo Meadows, and tries to promote themselves via Newsletters, Facebook and their website www.katesgrove.org.ukElgar RoadKatesgroveReadingBerks
- On request to secretary between 10am-1pm weekdaysDowning RoadTilehurstRG31 5BB
- Resources available for children and young people online https://www.readingmuseum.org.uk/resources Reading Museum offers a wide range of activities and opportunities for learning to adults and children. The museum welcomes volunteers who wish to develop new skills, make friends and get involved in a wide range of projects.…Town HallBlagrave StreetReadingRG1 1QH
- Information for disabled passengers (wheelchairs and mobility scooters, accessible stations and train facilities) with contact details for all train operaters.
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