GEOFFREY FIELD INFANT SCHOOL GOVERNOR VACANCIES 2021

Could you be Geoffrey Field Infant School’s new governor? Geoffrey Field Infant School are looking for enthusiastic people to join their GoverningBody. Although it is helpful to have previous governance experience, a commitment to doing the best for young people starting their education journey is essential. The following experience is desirable: School finance Strategic leadership…

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Whitley CDA discuss increasing food costs on Radio Berkshire

Trisha Bennett (our Community Development Coordinator) was featured on BBC Radio Berkshire last Tuesday, January 25th. You can hear Trisha talking with Andrew Peach on the Breakfast show here: Whitley CDA’s food surplus service is being used more and more and not just by those on benefits or with in-work top-ups. The increasing costs of…

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Whitley Pride as Whitley CDA win Charity of the Year 2021

When the pandemic hit and things got tough Whitley came together and helped us provide vital support to people in our local community. To be recognised for this is an honour and to represent the best of Whitley made us so very proud. There are so many people to thank, of course, Pride of Reading…

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Open Invitation to our Annual General Meeting

Whitley CDA’s annual general meeting (AGM) will be held on Apr 12, 2021 07:00 PM. This year we will be having our AGM on zoom and everyone is invited. If you would like to attend the meeting you can do so by simply following this link and registering. At this meeting we will be presenting…

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What does Whitley CDA stand for?

A few weeks ago Whitley CDA’s trustees decided that it would be a useful exercise for us to reflect on moments from our history, especially as they are often pivotal in shaping what we become. This is our first reflection and what better place to start than what underpins what we do. Whitley CDA is…

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Measuring our CO2 Impact

Whitley CDA was formed by local residents with a simple ethos; that Whitley would be regarded as a great place to grow up, live and work. In order to achieve this we have to deliver the outcomes and impacts that the community defines and wants. One of the identified priority outcomes is regarding environmental impact…

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Whitley CDA supports Marcus Rashford’s drive to end child poverty.

Whitley CDA is disappointed that the Government chose not to extend free school meal vouchers for this half term. We work on the front line and have very close ties with our local community and we can see how hard people have been affected by the pandemic and know how welcome the measure would have…

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