Reading Girls school will be holding its open evening and new building showcase on Tuesday 8th November from 6.30pm to 8pm at their site on Northumberland Avenue. More details can be found here
Monthly Archives: October 2016
- Councillors surgery- Councillors will be holding their regular monthly surgery on Saturday 5th November from 10.30am-12pm at Whitley cafe.
- Planning applications committee meeting- This mmeeting will include the item on St Patricks Hall development and is to be held on Wednesday 9th November at 6.30pm at Civic offices Bridge street.
- Parking updates letters- update letters regarding parking will be posted through letter boxes of Hartland road, Whitley Wood Road and Totnes road later in October.
- Remembrance service– Church Ward Councillors will pay their respects on the morning of Sunday 13th at St Mary’s Butts before a march through town.
- Canvassing- opinions about a one way restriction in Linden Road will continue to be asked on Tuesday 22nd November at 6pm.
- Ridgeway Governors meeting-Ashley will continue helping local school Ridgeway with a Governors meeting on Monday 28th November at 7pm.
A single fare on the number 9 & 3 bus routes within Reading’s boundaries will tomorrow fall by 20p a journey to £1.70 to bring it inline with the number 5 route in the south of the ward. The fares in South Reading are the lowest in the town and demonstrates Reading Councils commitment to helping residents in the area. More can be read here.
The South Reading Neighbourhood Action Group had its launch event at Whitley Wood Rec in October. Organised by South Reading FC with help from Reading Council, the event incorporated a 6 a side football tournament and BBQ whilst raising awareness and donations for ReadiFood, Reading’s food bank. The event was set up to raise awareness of the launch of South Reading’s NAG whose next meeting will be on Thursday 27th October at Whitley Wood community centre on Northumberland Avenue.