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Tutu’s Ethopian Table, the restaurant in the Global Café at RISC on London Street, will open a new branch at the Palmer Park lodge in the new year. The restaurant’s proprietor Tutu Melaku said that her existing restaurant at the Global Café will remain…

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The English office for standards in education, children’s services and skills, OFSTED, published a report about Leighton Park Holiday Activity Scheme on 12 November.

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The Church and Whitley neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Monday 19 November at 9.00am at the Whitley Community Café, 252 Northumberland Avenue.

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The Queen Victoria Jubilee Fountain in St Mary’s Butts, Reading is described by Historic England as “a typical Victorian amalgam of forms and conceits”. It was placed there to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Queen’s accession to the throne.

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The Church and Whitley neighbourhood policing team will hold a Have Your Say Meeting on Sunday 18 November at 1.30pm at The Piazza, Kennet Island .

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The Katesgrove Community Association (KCA) will hold its next bi-monthly meeting tomorrow, Wednesday 14 November at 7pm, at the Waterloo Meadows Children’s Centre, off Elgar Road, Reading.

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Pictures by Huma Jehan. The Reading Hindu Temple on Whitley Street held their annual Diwali cultural programme on Sunday 11 November. Katesgrove artist Huma Jehan went along to draw what happened at this lively and colourful event.
Diwali at the Reading Hindu Temple
Diwali at the Reading Hindu Temple
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Reading Borough Council will be discussing issues in south Reading during licensing applications committee next week.

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These planning applications may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees.

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Wreathes were laid at the Trooper Potts statue and the Forbury war memorial on Sunday 11 November as part of the commemoration of the end of the First World War in 1918.
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