‘More help needed for displaced Christian communities in the Middle East’

The Reading Churches Men’s Breakfast on Saturday 7 February saw the largest number of men attending in its 20-year history, with 152 gathering to welcome back Major-General Tim Cross, who first spoke 10 years ago. His topic on this occasion was one of the most critical issues facing the world today – the rise of…

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The End of an Earring: How Pam left Pat Butcher behind

  The big moments in soap operas always resonate. We still talk about who shot JR, fondly remember the Deidre/Ken/Mike love triangle in Corrie and we’ve only just found out who killed Lucy in EastEnders. But what’s it like for the actors? And what affect does it have on them personally?…

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Model railway fans on the right track with Kenavon show

  Hundreds of railway fans made east Reading their destination for the annual Kenavon Railway Society exhibition. The event featured lots of model displays from local groups, including a selection of hands-on trains for small people to enjoy.…

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An Oasis for single parents this Saturday

Single parents are invited to join a new, friendly Saturday morning group in Reading’s town centre. The next meeting starts at 10am this Saturday and takes place at The Oasis Community Centre in Baker Street.…

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