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Reading University Invites Local Community For A (Virtual) Cuppa

Reading University Invites Local Community For A (Virtual) Cuppa

A new community initiative set up by the University of Reading is encouraging local residents to chat directly with University staff and students over a cup of tea… if virtual for the time being. The new Cuppa Over… Community pilot scheme, aims to provide local residents with a chance to have their voices heard in […]

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Consumers Demanding More Sustainability Information From Food Industry According To New Research

Consumers Demanding More Sustainability Information From Food Industry According To New Research

Shoppers don’t trust the sustainability credentials being provided by the food industry, a new European survey shows. The EIT Food-funded TrustTracker® project surveyed more than 19,800 people from 18 countries across Europe about trust in the food sector and its various aspects. The latest TrustTracker® survey which took place during 2020 showed that farmers and […]

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A Global Pandemic Can’t Stop UK Magician Noel Qualter From Fooling Las Vegas Legends Penn & Teller

A Global Pandemic Can’t Stop UK Magician Noel Qualter From Fooling Las Vegas Legends Penn & Teller

A British magician who saw his business vanish at the start of Covid has managed to fool the magic superstars Penn & Teller on their hit TV show in America – and he did it from the comfort of his own home. “Fooling my magic idols was a dream come true after a year that […]

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5% Rise In Reading University Applications

5% Rise In Reading University Applications

The University of Reading has seen a 5% rise in applications of students wishing to study at Reading this year. The University had 19,599 applications (up  1,010 on last year) for full-time undergraduate courses at the UCAS ‘on time’ deadline of 29th January, slightly later than usual due to the Covid-19 pandemic. For 2021 entry, […]

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The University Of Reading Has Been Awarded £3.4 Million – Carbon-reducing initiatives.

The University Of Reading Has Been Awarded £3.4 Million – Carbon-reducing initiatives.

The University of Reading has been awarded over £3.4 million to deliver a range of carbon-reducing initiatives across its campuses.  Funding of £3.2 million is one of the first grants in the country to be awarded by Salix Finance as part of the new Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme, a £1 billion grant scheme launched by […]

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Let The Children Play This Summer Say Leading Psychologists

Let The Children Play This Summer Say Leading Psychologists

Children should be given opportunity to play with their friends, be physically active and spend time outdoors in order to support their mental health according to a group of leading experts. Following a successful campaign last year, PlayFirstUK have written to the Secretary of State for Education, the Rt Hon Gavin Williamson MP, calling for […]

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Employers Urged To Plan For Long Covid

Employers Urged To Plan For Long Covid

Doctors are urging employers to plan for the effects of Long COVID now as cases continue to grow. Without planning how to manage the condition in advance, employers risk being left with big staffing problems. “The Medical profession knows about post viral syndromes, but the potential scale and complexity of Long COVID is presenting new […]

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Berkshire Community Foundation Announces New Collaboration With Sanofi

Berkshire Community Foundation Announces New Collaboration With Sanofi

Berkshire Community Foundation is delighted to kick off the new year with a contribution received from the  global healthcare leader, Sanofi. Headquartered in the UK at Thames Valley Park, the pharmaceutical company has started the collaboration with a donation of £10,000 to support health and wellbeing in Reading. The majority of the donation will be […]

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Friends Complete January Challenge For Sue Ryder Hospice in Reading

Friends Complete January Challenge For Sue Ryder  Hospice in Reading

A group of friends from Wokingham and Bracknell battled the rain, snow and ice in January to cover 200 miles for a local hospice. In Aid Of Sue Ryder Hospice Reading Anne Marie Jackson, Anuszka Ransley, Geraldine Ward and Sheilagh Lord pulled on their trainers and each ran or walked 50 miles during the month, […]

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Microsoft Campus Will Be Home To Wokingham Borough Council’s Second Rapid Testing Centre

Microsoft Campus Will Be Home To Wokingham Borough Council’s Second Rapid Testing Centre

Thames Valley Park will be home to Wokingham Borough Council’s second rapid testing centre from this week; enabling even more keyworkers to access regular lateral flow tests. This follows the successful launch of rapid testing at the council’s Shute End office, which has had nearly 900 bookings in the last three weeks, and a further […]

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