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  • Reading Rotary Virtual Santa Run 2020
    11 November 2020

    The Seventh Reading Rotary Santa Run is now open for entries Due to the uncertainty caused by coronavirus it will not be possible for us to all run together. Participants will complete a safe Virtual Run at any time either in the park, around town, up and down their stairs, or even on a treadmill, between ...

  • Berkshire Community Foundation Co-Op Fund – open for applications for work to combat food poverty
    11 November 2020

    Funds allocated to Berkshire through the National Emergencies Trust and Co-Op, are available for grants to be allocated to local charities, community and voluntary groups working to combat food poverty in Berkshire. The aims of the fund: To help organisations redistributing surplus food to the people who need it most. To provide access to nutritious food and ...

  • Keeping safe from coronavirus: new guidance for adults who have Down’s syndrome
    9 November 2020

    Adults (18 and over) who have Down’s syndrome have been added to the group of people who are classed as clinically extremely vulnerable. This means that they have been classed as at higher risk from coronavirus. The decision has been agreed across all four nations of the UK by their Chief Medical Officers. Read more on ...

  • Me, you and baby too – new tool from OnePlusOne
    9 November 2020

    What is Me, You and Baby Too? MYBT is an online programme designed to help new and expecting parents cope better with the relationship changes they may experience when a baby arrives. Research tells us that relationship satisfaction is often at its lowest when a couple first become parents. MYBT helps them to develop the skills ...

  • Winter services from health and social care teams across Berkshire West
    9 November 2020

    Health and social care teams across Berkshire West have joined forces to ensure an effective, efficient and coordinated response to the challenges winter will put on services. Hospital clinicians and staff, GPs, mental health organisations, ambulance teams and local councils have drawn up a comprehensive plan to make sure services are working well together and ...

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