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Here at the University of Reading, we champion placements in the local not-for-profit sector and believe it is a great way for students to build up their experience during their time at University whilst giving back to the local community.
From 30 September, re3 recycling centres are introducing charges for some non-household waste. Visitors will have their waste assessed on arrival at the Bracknell and Reading recycling centres, and will be charged for soil and rubble, plasterboard, asbestos and gas bottles. Household waste will still be accepted without charge.
Would you love to help a local project that matters to you? The Aviva Community Fund is back, offering support and funding to causes that make a real difference where you live. Put forward an idea that will benefit your community and it could get funding of up to £25,000. Tell us how your chosen cause could make a change for the better, then spread the word to friends, family and neighbours. The more votes your idea receives, the better its ...
A package of transport improvements for the western section of Coley Park – including the introduction of walking and cycling improvements and parking measures – is the subject of a community consultation exercise. The proposals have come forward following a comprehensive review of existing transport issues in Southcote and the western section of Coley Park, and future pressures brought about by the residential development on the former Defra site. Proposals outlined to the local community will include: – Managing increasing levels of traffic ...
This month’s Funding Digest from Reading Borough Council features two funding programmes targeted specifically at local groups working in the community in Berkshire “A Life Less Lonely Fund” and “Comic Relief Local Communities Programme”.
In order to give Tesco customers a say much more frequently on where their money goes, as of today the Tesco Bags of Help grant scheme will now be permanently open for applications from community groups!
The Ready Friends project at RVA is delighted to be partnering with Samaritans Reading to host free Listening Skills Workshops this September. The workshops are open to all, but may be of particular interest to volunteer befrienders, or people interested in becoming befrienders.
As part of Reading’s Year of Culture 2016, and to coincide with national Heritage Open Days, RG Spaces invites you to an exhibition of art and beautiful books at The Turbine House. The exhibition celebrates Reading’s two rivers.
South Reading Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is holding it’s next Governing Body meeting in public on Wednesday 7 September and North and West Reading Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is holding their next Governing Body meeting in public on Tuesday 20 September and you are welcome to attend.
Southcote GrowAllot’s Florian Gardens Community Allotment participated in this year’s Big Lunch in June where all sort of home-made produces were enjoyed including fresh bread, chutneys, pasta, quiches, fresh salad and cherry wine.