Core Conditioning, Upper and Lower Body Strength and Elderly Rehabilitation classes launch at Complete Physiotherapy.
Local couple Simon and Emma Thurlow recently opened an new carpet and upholstery company in Caversham. Here is their story.
Here is the latest news from your local residents association. Don't forget their open meeting on Tues 6th November at Thameside School
The Reading Neighbourhood Policing Teams will be carrying out high-visiblity patrols over Halloween to deal with any incidents of anti?social behaviour. Here is some simple advice to help you have a fun and safe Halloween.
The first of what are hoped to be regular business networking evenings proved to be a hit with Caversham traders. Twenty six local businesses attended the evening and enjoyed some excellent hospitality provided by the Prince of Wales pub.
Local author S.D. Mayes was pleased she decided to attend the first Choose Caversham business networking event. She took along 6 copies of her excellent historical novel 'Letters to the Pianist' and sold every one to those attending the meeting.
The latest edition of the Caversham Residents Association (CADRA) newsletter is now available to download from their website.
Neighbourhood Watch and our sponsor Co-op Insurance has just launched a nationwide search to find and celebrate some of the best and most considerate neighbours of 2018! Be quick though, nominations have to be in by 5th September.
In the wake of a spate of thefts from sheds in Caversham, Thames Valley Police have offered some useful advice to stop it happening to you. If you see anything suspicious please report it by calling The Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
Caversham Globe has put out a request for people who can spare an hour or two on a flexible basis to help keep central Caversham clear of litter during the renowned Reading Festival.
Caversham is a fantastic place to eat and drink, shop or make yourself look great as can be seen by the number of local businesses nominated in the annual Reading Retail Awards.
During the summer months and in particular in hot weather, Thames Valley Police would like to remind our residents of the dangers of open water. Open water includes ponds, lakes, rivers, reservoirs, quarries, docks and beaches.
Here is the second monthly newsletter from the Caversham & District Residents Association summarizing items discussed by the committee. Please share them with others or direct them to the Choose Caversham 'News' section.
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