Here are some useful links to other websites which cover local issues:
|CADRA||The Caversham And District Residents Association was established over 50 years ago and has become a widely respected voice for the community north of the River Thames at Reading. It is a useful source of information on issues in and around Caversham. Visit their website at www.CADRA.org.uk.|
|Friends of Caversham Court Gardens||The Friends of Caversham Court Gardens aim to assist Reading Borough Council to achieve its aims for Caversham Court as a historic garden by encouraging public interest and involvement, seek to ensure that the peaceful character of Caversham Court is preserved and to protect its fabric, its plants and its wildlife for all to enjoy as well as to raise awareness of the history and importance of Caversham Court. For more information please go to www.fccg.org.uk.|
|Caversham Globe||Caversham GLOBE works in all parts of Reading Borough north of the Thames as well as adjoining areas along the riverside and into South Oxfordshire. They are an independent community-based group with a small Reading Borough Council grant. Visit their website at www.CavershamGlobe.org.uk.|
|Caversham 100 Years On||The year 2011 marked a very special but in some respects controversial centenary for Caversham: the anniversary of the expansion of Reading Borough to include Caversham and Tilehurst. For more information please go to www.Caversham100YearsOn.org.uk.|
|Caversham Neighbourhood Action Group||Find monthly updates for the Caversham neighbourhood with information on the Neighbourhood Action Groups three main priorities. If you are a Caversham or Emmer Green resident and want to find out more about becoming involved in the NAG process, visit www.ukNAGs.org.uk for more details.|
|Reading Borough Council||The Reading Borough Council website, www.reading.gov.uk, provides lots of information and assistance for local residents.|
|Love Clean Reading||
Keep Caversham looking good by using the new way of reporting graffiti and rubbish on our streets just rolled out by Reading Borough Council.
Go to: http://loveclean.reading.gov.uk/Reports for full details.
You can even download an App for your IPhone, Android and Blackberry phones.
|Fix My Street||Reading Borough Council's FixMyStreet facility allows members of the public to report, view or discuss local problems such as graffiti, fly tipping, broken paving slabs or street lighting. It also has a variety of RSS feeds and email alerts for local problems, including alerts for all problems within a particular ward or council, or all problems within a certain distance of a particular location.|
|Thames Valley Police||The Thames Valley Police website, www.thamesvalley.police.uk, provides local neighbourhood news and information. You can also find out about crime prevention, report a crime and find your nearest police station.|
|Thames Valley Neighbourhood Watch Association||The TVNHWA aims to give support and help strengthen neighbourhood watch in individual areas, both urban and rural. Through the Association, co-ordinators will be able to gain from the experience of others throughout Thames Valley in assisting them to be even more successful and being able to share through the Association their own experiences for the benefit of many others.|
|Thames Valley Crimestoppers||If you have information about crime but do not want to speak to the police, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. See the Crimestoppers website for more details.|
|Reading Town Forum||The Reading Town Forum is a 'forum' style chat website for anything to do with the town of Reading in Berkshire, England. News, history, businesses, genealogy, finding lost friends and workmates, and more ........Click here to go directly to the pages specifically for Caversham and Emmer Green. Go to www.reading-forum.co.uk for the main site.|
|Postcodes in Caversham||Click on the green and red markers to see the details.|