The next Choose Caversham Business Club evening takes place on Weds 10th April at the Tipsy Bean on Prospect Street. All businesses and local organisations are welcome, come along from 5.30pm.
Here is a round up of March's news from the Caversham and District Residents Association.
Here is a round up of last month's news from the Caversham and District Residents Association.
Local Cricket Club, Kidmore End, are offering a great sponsorship package to improve the general facilities and enable the common to be kept in the pristine condition for the benefit of the local community.
We regularly receive information from Thames Valley Police as part of their Neighbourhood Alert programme. The following items were received in January.
CADRA produces a monthly round-up of the main issues covered at their latest monthly committee meeting and other news. Read their January round-up here
There was a burglary at the Ways & Means Trust's Greenshoot's Nursery in December when heartless thieves stole a tractor, strimmer and other tools. An appeal has been set up to raise funds for repairs and replacing equipment, read on for details.
Here is the latest news from the Caversham & District Residents Association. Check their website for more details and how to join. Please think of two or three other people who might be interested in this bulletin and forward it to them.
A GLOBE activist has drawn attention to this petition relevant to our current local situation where we see a deterioration in our publicly owned parks and green spaces managed by RBC due to budget cuts and some bad development decisions.
The Reading Neighbourhood Policing Teams have provided some simple crime prevention steps to stop the festive thieves. Please share this advice with your neighbours so everyone has a happy Christmas.
Local author S.D. Mayes, opens our school library
A special late night shopping and celebration is being held in Caversham on Friday 7th December and it promises to be an all- singing all- dancing seasonal spectacular.
With Armistice Day approaching you may want to take a look at an exhibition produced by CADRA in 2014 that was on display in the Library
Caversham on Friday 7th December is the place to buy Christmas presents and enjoy an evening of fun and festive cheer with the 2018 Late Night Opening Event.
Caversham is a great place to shop and visit and this was recognized at the recent Reading Retail Awards when no fewer that EIGHT local businesses made the finals. Three of these went on to win their nominated category