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    Welcome to the Reading Forum. We hope you enjoy your visits here and look forward to many interesting discussions. Please spend a few moments finding your way around the forum, you can use this section to introduce yourself. To start a new topic, select the relevant area you wish to post in, then just click the New Topic link (next to the search box, upper left of page), enter a topic title, a message and away we go!
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  • No unread posts Videos of 'Reading memories'
    selected videos showing Reading's past (near and far)
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  • Memories of old Reading
    share your memories from Reading's past
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  • No unread posts History Pin : Pinning Reading’s History
    Do you have any old photos of Reading? Or memories of of what it used to be like? Do you know someone who does? Historypin, is running a special local project in Reading, the first of its kind in the world, where the entire community is being asked to get involved and gather together the history of the local area....
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  • No unread posts Events Videos in Reading
    videos of events taken place in and around Reading Berkshire, UK
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  • Events
    post any upcoming events in this forum - club and society events, jumble sales, school etc. Postings will show on the home page 'Events' calandar
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  • Reading Rock Festival
    tickets, news, info, forum, etc....
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  • Resources
    Here you will find resources to help with your genealogy and historic research. Useful links etc. may be added by Forum members. If you are asking a member for assistance with a resource, please be patient whilst waiting for a response - we are all busy people :)
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    Add your general questions, requests, etc. relating to genealogy here ..... let me know if you would like any specfic topic forums adding to this category.
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    Looking for lost school friends, work mates or family and friends ...
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  • No unread posts Food4Families
    Food4Families is an educational and development project that is sponsored by Reading International Solidarity Centre (RISC), who have extensive experience in devising and delivering educational programmes and materials in the formal sector......
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  • Museum of Berkshire Aviation
    Berkshire's dynamic contribution to aviation history is graphically re-captured at the museum. Run as a charitable trust, the museum is at the historic site of Woodley Airfield, near Reading, U.K. - once the centre of a thriving aircraft industry. Miles and Handley Page aircraft built at Woodley are being re-constructed and exhibited along with fascinating pictorial records and priceless archives ......
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  • No unread posts Choose Caversham
    This website brings news and information about Caversham businesses, clubs, artists and events together in one place for the benefit of both local residents and visitors. If you would like to add some information to this site, please contact us. .....
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  • No unread posts Friends of Reading Museums
    The Friends exist to create a greater awareness of Reading Museums, and to promote the importance of the Museum collections and their presentation to the community.
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  • No unread posts Jelly
    jelly is an arts organisation in the heart of Reading. Established in 1993 as an artist led studio and exhibition facility, jelly is a registered charity limited by guarantee, running exhibitions, educational activities, special arts events with the Visual Arts and Creative Excellence being top of our agenda.....
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  • No unread posts Caversham Info is a community website run by and for residents of Caversham, Berkshire and surrounding areas such as Emmer Green. Please bookmark the site in your favourites and regularly visit us for useful information, local news and upcoming events on our Caversham calendar. Our Caversham website contains a local directory of local Caversham businesses and businesses that serve Caversham residents, useful contact details, children activities and clubs/societies....
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    Here you'll find information, news and views about Caversham and the surrounding RG4 area. The intention is to be useful and informative. Check out the news page or local events to see what's currently going on. If there's anything you'd like to contribute or anything you'd like to say about this site, please feel free to contact us.
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  • No unread posts Caversham and District Residents Association CADRA
    The organisation was established almost 40 years ago and has become a widely respected voice for the community north of the river. Our aim is to: ?preserve and enhance the quality of life in Caversham and the surrounding District.? We hope you find this website a useful source of information on issues in and around Caversham.
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  • No unread posts Caversham 100 Years on
    The year 2011 marks a very special but in some respects controversial centenary for Caversham: the anniversary of the expansion of Reading Borough to include Caversham and Tilehurst....
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  • No unread posts Emmer Green Residents Association (EGRA)
    Emmer Green is the most northerly suburb of Reading, Berkshire. The Association was formed in May 1984 to serve the best interests of local people. The geographical area has, since 1997, been defined by the postcode and extends from Surley Row to the Oxfordshire boundary and from the old Peppard Road to the footpath through Hemdean Valley, but members from further afield are always welcome.
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  • No unread posts Bell Tower Community Association
    The Bell Tower Community Association was founded in October 2005, to help generate some community spirit in a small corner of Reading. The Association is completely independent, with no affiliation to any political or religious organisations. We are in the area between Reading town centre and Caversham. Our boundaries are Caversham Road, Northfield Road, Barry Place, the residential end of Cardiff Road, Addison Road, Denbeigh Place and Randolph Road.
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  • Reading Neighbourhood Network (RNN)
    An umbrella organisation of residents and neighbourhood groups active across Reading. We are an independent charity dependent on grant funding and the work of volunteers. We provide information, support and training through peer support and events.....
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  • No unread posts Caversham Park Village Association
    Charitable Objectives ::: (A) To promote the benefit of the inhabitants of Caversham Park Village and the neighbourhood without distinction of sex, sexual orientation, race or of political, religious or other opinions by associating together the said inhabitants and the local authorities, voluntary and other organisations in a common effort to advance education and to provide facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation and leisure-time occupation with the object of improving the conditions of life for the said inhabitants. (B) Establish, or secure the establishment of a Community Centre and to maintain and manage the same in furtherance of these objects .......
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  • No unread posts Family Resource Centre
    The Family Information Service (FIS) is a free information service for families with children aged from birth - 19 years old (up to 25 years old for children with Special Needs/ Learning Difficulties and Disabilities (LDD)) living in Reading....
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  • No unread posts Derby Road Community website
    A community website for the residents of Derby Road in Caversham.
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    fictional reality from a Reading town mews.....
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    Report, view, or discuss local problems (like graffiti, fly tipping, broken paving slabs, or street lighting)
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    the number one local paper in Reading .....
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    Reading's weekly broadsheet newspaper ...
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  • No unread posts Alt Reading
    Often it can seem that Reading is lacking in variety: that the high street looks identical to every other one in the UK; that the only bars, shops and restaurants are those can be found anywhere else. However, beneath the surface there are groups, events, shops, restaurants and businesses that make Reading unique. Alt Reading aims not only to support them, but celebrate them...
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  • No unread posts BBC Berkshire
    news, events and more from our local section of the BBC
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  • No unread posts Reading's Talking Newspaper
    How We Can Help you? If you are: registered blind or partially sighted,
    otherwise visually impaired or unable to read the printed newspaper through physical disability and you want to keep up to date with the local news in Reading, Berkshire, UK, then you can benefit from our weekly news service.
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  • Insight Radio
    Insight Radio is a radio station serving the UK, and is funded primarily by the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and also by other local councils. We are Europe's first radio station for blind and partially sighted listeners, and we broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week online, on 101 FM in the Glasgow area, and on Freesat channel 777 and on Sky Digital Channel 0188. Our mission is to broadcast news, information and advice to blind and partially sighted people. All of our presenters are visually impaired.
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  • No unread posts Living Reading
    If you've never visited before your perceptions of Reading are probably vague. If you visited a while ago you'll remember a large university town with some great buildings and open spaces, reasonable nightlife and good shopping. So coming to the town today is likely to be a major eye-opener ......
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