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Whitley Community Development Association (WCDA)

Surplus food project and other support, this includes food, clothing, school uniforms, books and games, brokering links to partners for finance, debt and benefit support and more. Our Food Surplus Project is open: Monday to Friday 10am - 1.30pm The Food Surplus Project is open…
479Northumberland AvenueReadingRG2 8LZ

Whitley Community Development Association (WCDA)

Surplus food project and other support, this includes food, clothing, school uniforms, books and games, brokering links to partners for finance, debt and benefit support and more.

Our Food Surplus Project is open:

Monday to Friday 10am - 1.30pm

The Food Surplus Project is open on a self-help basis - just pop along and take what you need. If you can make a small donation (especially if you're taking flowers) that would be very much appreciated as every penny is used to provide more food.

You can find us at The South Reading Community Hub, 252 - 262 Northumberland Ave. Reading, RG2 7QA

Visit their facebook page for more details. 

Contact 0118 374 0052 with questions; email:Info@whitley-cda.org 

 

Who to contact

Telephone
0118 374 0052 ~ Whitley Community Development Association
E-mail
Info@whitley-cda.org
Website
www.whitley-cda.org
www.facebook.com/TeamWhitleyCDA

Where to go

Name
Whitley Advice
Address
479
Northumberland Avenue
Reading
Postcode
RG2 8LZ

The Weller Centre

The Weller Centre, located on the Amersham Road Estate, aims to help anyone in need throughout Caversham with food, clothes, furniture, internet access, printing, and signposting.  We are able to supply families in the RG4 area with basic food packages, both fresh and dry foodstuffs. …
110Amersham RoadReadingBerkshireRG4 5NA

The Weller Centre

The Weller Centre, located on the Amersham Road Estate, aims to help anyone in need throughout Caversham with food, clothes, furniture, internet access, printing, and signposting. 

We are able to supply families in the RG4 area with basic food packages, both fresh and dry foodstuffs.  Please ask groups or individuals to contact us on 0118 9475828 or email admin@wellercentre.org.uk. 

 

The Weller Centre are now offering free clothes on Tuesdays and Thursdays (weather permitting), alongside the community bakery starting. Please observe social distancing and handle clothes as little as possible. We will label and space items out as much as we can to make this possible. There will be no where to try clothes on and we request you do not try to outside the centre. You are welcome to take them home for this and return them the following week if not suitable.

 Please note our hours are 9am to 4pm Mondays to Fridays. 

 

 Call  us on mobile 077 33 62 11 09 / visit us and leave a message on Facebook

 

 

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Weller Centre
Contact Position
Admin
Telephone
0118 947 5828
E-mail
admin@wellercentre.org.uk
Website
https://wellercentre.co.uk/

Where to go

Address
110
Amersham Road
Reading
Berkshire
Postcode
RG4 5NA

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Friday 9am-4pm
Time of day
Morning

Other Details

Costs

Is there a charge for
using this service?
No
Details
donations welcome
Wheelchair accessible?
Yes

Availability

Referral required
No

New Beginnings Reading

New Beginnings Reading charity based in Reading. "Our aims are the prevention and relief of poverty and financial hardship of persons in Reading and the Greater Berkshire area who are in need due to social or economic reasons, regardless of their religion or belief. This…
Queens Arms (alcohol free pub)Great Knollys StreetReadingRG1 7HL

New Beginnings Reading

New Beginnings Reading charity based in Reading.

"Our aims are the prevention and relief of poverty and financial hardship of persons in Reading and the Greater Berkshire area who are in need due to social or economic reasons, regardless of their religion or belief. This includes (but is not limited to) providing clothing, food, essential items, temporary accommodation, sign-posting to other support services and assistance with independent living. The charity promotes social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing people in Reading from becoming socially excluded and relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society."

Hot Meal Service Tuesday 6pm-7pm, every Tuesday we provide a sit-in meal for anyone who wants to relax and enjoy a freshly cooked meal. Once a month we also hold a little event during our Tuesday service. Currently this includes Quizzes or Bingo, but if you have already joined us for these and want to see something new, do let us know.

Our Community Fridge Food Bank will be open Wednesday to Friday. We offer a selection of free fresh and non-perishable food. This is a drop in service with no referral needed to attend. 

Wednesday 12PM to 1PM
Thursday 6PM to 7PM
Friday 6PM to 7PM

Also run a toiletries and clothing service. If you would like to know when our next one is, please contact New Beginnings directly

 

All Day Cafe newly opened is for all who want to sit and relax in a nice quiet atmosphere. It is a completely free service that anyone can attend. There are hot and cold drinks available all day, along with a selection of biscuits and cakes that you are more than welcome to help yourself to.

If you need a little insight into what else we offer or just a chat, feel free to come and see any of the volunteers, they are always more than happy to help.

The Way Ministry ~ The Queens Arms

Hot meal, pudding & fruit to take away

Sunday 3pm-4pm

Who to contact

Telephone
07421 998208
E-mail
contactus@newbeginningsreading.org
Website
www.facebook.com/NewBeginningsReading
www.newbeginningsreading.org
www.newbeginningsreading.org/news

Where to go

Address
Queens Arms (alcohol free pub)
Great Knollys Street
Reading
Postcode
RG1 7HL

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