Saturday 28th October, 7.30 – 11.00pm, Pangbourne Village Hall. £10 for adults. Children under 12 free. Tickets available from Garlands Organic Shop. Join Pangbourne & Whitchurch Sustainability Group for a fun-filled evening with a ceilidh band and caller who will provide spirited music for a night of lively dancing. Tickets include a ploughman’s supper at […]
All of a Twist Exhibition will run from 2nd to 11th September in Blakes Lock Museum All of a Twist All of a Twist Exhibition
Join The MERL on 28 July for a morning of recycling fun! Experience fun ways to upcycle or be creative with waste. Choose from a 1 hour session at 10 – 11am or 11.15am – 12.15pm (second session is a repeat of the first). Sessions are suitable for families with children aged 3 – 11*. […]
Join Reading Hydro and come to our AGM! We are holding the first AGM of Reading Hydro CBS on Tuesday 4th July 2017, 19:00 to 21:00 at the Reading Borough Council Offices, Bridge Street. Only Members may attend an AGM, but if you want to support us, why not come along and pay the £1 […]
The Reading Hydro Project is having a get-together at Great Expectations at 7:30 on Tuesday 9th May Link https://www.facebook.com/events/1299704550077892/
Thursday 25th May at 7.30pm in the Main Hall at RISC. A talk organised by Transition Town Reading. Dr Robert Hutchison, founder of Winchester Action on Climate Change, will talk about what we as citizens can do in response to the crisis facing our planet. The talk will be followed by a chance for questions and discussion.
Sunday 30th April starting at the Museum of English Rural Life at mid day, followed by a picnic in Forbury Gardens at 2:00pm Please join for one or both, there will be circle dancing afterwards we think too.
7.30pm Wednesday 1st February 2017 – The Bowler’s Arms, Wash Common, Newbury – Admission free
Various dates to be announced – Across the Bracknell Forest, Reading and Wokingham council areas – Admission free
7:00 – 9:00 PM, Wednesday 5 October, Reading Bicycle Kitchen. Prof. Gavin Parker and Kat Salter of the University of Reading will help us understand the planning hierarchy, what local plans can and cannot include, and how we can best influence them.