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  • Pop-up and play – free summer holiday activities for kids
    21 July 2021

    Join Nature Nurture and friends for a healthy, happy summer at four locations across Reading aimed at 5–13yr olds: Dee Park, Amersham Road, Southcote and Whitley… Mondays to Thursdays from 2 – 26 August, 11am to 3pm There will be loads of activities on offer encouraging your child to learn about nature, get active and stay healthy ...

  • Future investment in community support – RBC consultation open until 25 July 2021
    19 July 2021

    Reading Borough Council has launched a consultation on ‘future investment in community support’: Voluntary and community groups have until 25 July 2021 to give their views. You can complete an online form here. Contact Clare.Muir@reading.gov.uk (Policy and Voluntary Sector Manager at RBC) if you have any queries, would like to receive a hard copy of the consultation questionnaire ...

  • Berkshire Youth to deliver detached youth work in Tilehurst
    5 July 2021

    Berkshire Youth, the young people’s charity, are delighted to announce that they have agreed a 6-month plan to deliver detached youth work across Tilehurst Parish, thanks to funding from Tilehurst Parish Council. Berkshire Youth will be providing detached youth work for the Parish between now and October, including the summer holidays. Specialist youth workers will interact ...

  • New group for expectant mums
    5 July 2021

    Getting to know your Bump is a new group for expectant mums who want to strengthen the bond with their unborn baby. Expectant mums will learn new and enjoyable ways to ‘play’ with their unborn baby and can share these fun, interactive ideas to increase their partner and family members to feel involved in the ...

  • New SEND guide for parents and carers
    5 July 2021

    A new quick and easy guide for parent carers of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities has just been launched by BFfC in collaboration with a number of partners. The 12-page SEND Guide for Parents aims to help families access information on local SEND services and direct them to where they can find help and support. The guide answers frequently asked questions covering ...

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