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The Redlands neighbourhood policing team will hold an East Reading Safer Neighbourhood Forum on Thursday 10 January at 7.00pm at Reading University London Road campus, building L33, room G07.

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The Katesgrove neighbourhood policing team will be at the Katesgrove Community Association AGM on Wednesday 9 January at 7.00pm at Children’s Centre, Waterloo Meadows, Elgar Road, Reading.

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By Jason Hilbourne. Following the success of the 2018 let’s make Reading friendlier conference, Reading Voluntary Action (RVA ) has arranged the first befriending forum event of 2019 for Tuesday 19 February from 12.30pm until 4.15pm at the third floor…
The Befriending Forum 2019
The Befriending Forum 2019
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A happy new year to all in Katesgrove, Whitley, Church and Redlands, in Reading!
Happy new year from the Whitley Pump!
Happy new year from the Whitley Pump!
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By Tamana Hamidy. The end of the year is a time when people from all around the world turn to thoughts of home and family. This year, Tamana Hamidy, who is learning English in Reading, sends a letter of love back to her home town of Kabul.
Will I know my special place?
Will I know my special place?
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The Whitley Pump would like to congratulate the cattle trough and drinking fountain on Spaniards Road in Hampstead, London on making the Historic England list of 23 remarkable places listed in 2018. We hope to make an official twinning visit during 2019.

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Click any entry to find more about an event. The What’s On page shows events over the coming months.

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Nikolaus Pevsner‘s edition of the Berkshire volume of ‘Buildings of England’ was published in 1966, the thirtieth county guide of forty-six. The Reading section starts with the Abbey, followed by churches and finally public buildings.
A Pevsner Perambulation in Katesgrove
A Pevsner Perambulation in Katesgrove
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When we walked around the IDR on 16 September for this year’s Heritage Open Days, the number of new property developments along its route became astoundingly clear. In an anti-clockwise direction we first passed, on the south side of Queen’s Road, New…

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The Church and Whitley neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Saturday 5 January at 10.00am at the South Reading Community Hub on Northumberland Avenue.
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