Meet Dex. He’s a nice guy. He’ll offer you money. He’ll offer you drugs. He’ll be generous. He’ll make you feel important. He’ll make you feel part of something. He’ll make your life exciting. He’ll do whatever it takes to get you working for him and his mates… and when you do… Meet Dex. He’s…

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Buy 2 hot drinks and place 1 in our coffee ‘bank’ Reading City of Sanctuary has partnered with refugee support organisations to deliver a Coffee Bank Scheme which offers those seeking sanctuary in Reading the opportunity to access a drink and a light snack for free at participating cafes. How does it work? When a…

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It’s hard to believe that despite all the up and downs over those years, with changes in technology and in audience viewing habits, Reading Film Theatre is still going strong. Over the coming year we will be holding a number of special events to celebrate this great achievement. We originally started as a volunteer group…

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An award-winning counter terrorism training course is being made available to the public for the first time and Thames Valley Police want you to sign up and help protect the UK. Devised by CT officers and security experts, the ACT Awareness e-Learning package was previously only available to staff working in crowded places like shopping centres and…

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Let’s get silly for a serious cause: stick on a festive sweater and join Save the Children UK’s Christmas Jumper Day on 13 December ! You can help children change the future Your donation could change a child’s life. It could help them grow up healthy and safe, and get an education, so they can…

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Wednesday – 25th December 2019 Whitley Wood Fire Station are organising a free Christmas Day dinner for older, isolated people. Booking by Wednesday, 18th December is essential as places are limited. If you know anyone that would like to attend – please contact the station. You will need the attendee’s full name, a contact number,…

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IT WAS THE ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOUR of young people that led to the creation of Church Hill Big Local area. Wendy and Ian Johnson’s concern about this issue in their local town centre drove them to attend a meeting at which, coincidentally, they first heard about the Big Local Programme. Wendy is now chair and Ian…

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