Eight local residents gave their time on Thursday afternoon to tidy up and refurbish the 20 planters in central Caversham.
There is a great new specials menu available at The Griffin in Caversham that is packed with delicious treats that capture the flavours of the season and is available right up to the end of May.
The local Toby Carvery on Richfield Avenue now has a scrumptious new carvery menu that will be available right through the Summer. They have also got some great special offers available so head on down there soon!
Local resident Nikki Drury asked Reading Borough Council last year to clear an overgrown area behind Peel Close and adjacent to the play area in Caleta Close.
Erleigh Cantors will be performing a concert at St Peter's church, Caversham on May 20th @ 7.30pm. The program will focus on music written for previous coronations. Philip Aspden will accompany the choir on the organ.
The Crown on Bridge Street, Caversham has just re-opened after a major refurbishment with a new look for a traditional alehouse. Opening times at The Crown are: Monday – Sunday 12pm – 11pm
Publishing a book? Producing a leaflet or promotional flyer for your business? Writing text for your website? Tinkering with your CV? Whatever you are writing, Henry Harding can help you make it perfect.
The Complete Picture Frame Maker in Church Road, Caversham, has a new owner. Alex Foster is offering quality framing services. He has exciting new ideas and plans for the future. Watch this space! Come in and talk Art with him!
New classes in partner dancing to swing music, every Wednesday from 7.30 pm in Caversham Hall, St Johns Road, RG4 5AN
New dance-based exercise class "Jitterblast" every Thursday from 11.30 am in Caversham Hall, RG4 5AN. Open to everyone!
We have been advised that Thames Valley Police are having a week long crack down on drivers using hand held mobile devices when driving.
IN December, we celebrated both our 55th birthday and a fresh beginning with a new committee with songs and popular carols followed by a festive buffet.
Thames Valley Police have warned of a scam regarding payment for property repairs.
On Monday 30th January between 19.00-22.00 in Upper Warren Avenue: Unknown offender has attempted to gain entry via front door possibly by forcing lock , no entry gained and nothing stolen.
Between Monday 6 and Tuesday 28 February, Thames Valley Police is working with their partners on a campaign that targets rural crime affecting businesses and farms in our region. They need your support and have made the following request...