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Reading Green Park Station To Open End Of This Year

Reading Green Park Station To Open End Of This Year

SIGNIFICANT progress has been made towards the opening of Reading Green Park Station, with the physical construction of the station nearing completion and the commissioning process due to start in July. Reading Borough Council, in partnership with Network Rail and Great Western Railway (GWR), has delivered Reading’s first new station since 1906, including: 2 x […]

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Reading Abbey Ruins Conservation Plan – £3 Million Fun

Reading Abbey Ruins Conservation Plan – £3 Million Fun

READING COUNCIL’S successful £3.15 million conservation project Reading Abbey Revealed is recommending the next steps to protect and preserve Reading’s oldest gem, the Abbey Ruins, for generations to come. Now in the fourth year since the successful reopening of the abbey after a ten-year closure, the Reading Abbey Revealed project is reflecting on its success […]

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Reading Hexagon & Library £20 Million Bid To Transform The Area

Reading Hexagon & Library £20 Million Bid To Transform The Area

EXCITING proposals to revitalise Reading’s cultural offer by transforming the much-loved Hexagon Theatre and building a modern new Central Library are revealed by the Council today. Reading Borough Council’s ambition is to do everything it can to ensure that every single resident, whatever their circumstances or background, can share in the town’s success. As part […]

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Reading Boy Raises Funds For Sporting Mental Health Charity

Reading Boy Raises Funds For Sporting Mental Health Charity

A courageous 9-year-old boy is carrying out a decathlon to mark his 10th Birthday, in aid of promoting the benefits of sport and exercise in maintaining mental health and wellbeing. Young Dexter, from Reading, is accelerating his passion for sport and has vowed to complete the notorious ten sporting events, with some of the UK’s […]

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Celebrate National Meadows Day at Langley Mead

Celebrate National Meadows Day at Langley Mead

Come and celebrate National Meadows Day at Langley Mead nature reserve in Shinfield on Saturday 2 July. National Meadows Day is an annual celebration of the beautiful wildflower meadows found throughout the UK.  An open event is being held at Langley Mead, which is owned and managed by the University of Reading, between 10am and […]

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Reading and Düsseldorf Celebrate 75 Years of Friendship

Reading and Düsseldorf Celebrate 75 Years of Friendship

READING will mark the 75th anniversary of its friendship link with Düsseldorf this weekend with a series of special celebrations. The link with the German city was instigated in 1947 after the Second World War by the then Mayor of Reading, Phoebe Cusden, and is now the oldest Anglo-German city friendship.  This week, Reading Mayor […]

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Reading Armed Forces Day 2022 – Paying Tribute To Veterans With Event In Forbury Gardens

Reading Armed Forces Day 2022 – Paying Tribute To Veterans With Event In Forbury Gardens

READING will again this year be paying tribute to its military veterans with a host of family-friendly activities in the Forbury Gardens and Broad Street on Saturday 25 June. Armed Forces Day celebrations will be taking place across the country to give everyone the opportunity to show their support and appreciation for our services personnel, […]

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Reading FC and Reading University Strike Up Sustainability Partnership

Reading FC and Reading University Strike Up Sustainability Partnership

The University of Reading and Reading Football Club are ‘partnering for the planet’ to help the club take steps towards minimising its environmental impact and improve its sustainability. The partnership is being announced to mark #ShowYourStripes Day 2022 today (21 June), which sees which sees thousands of people and organisations share a climate change infographic […]

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‘Niko’ Finds His Forever Home

‘Niko’ Finds His Forever Home

FOUND dog Niko, who was picked up in Reading, has found his forever home thanks to the Council’s animal warden. Niko the Weimaraner was found tied to a fence at Rivermead in April this year. He was taken in by a kind member of the public until the animal warden, Lisa Clements, could pick him […]

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University Pledges Support For Clean Air Day

University Pledges Support For Clean Air Day

The University of Reading has become an official supporter of Clean Air Day, the UK’s largest campaign on air pollution, being celebrated today (16 June). Air pollution has been recognised by the World Health Organisation, as well as the UK government, as one of the biggest environmental health risks that people face. Every year, air […]