<p>John Grimes, managing director of Drummonds Lettings on Prospect Street, Caversham, is planning to cycle from Land's End to John O'Groats in order to raise money for The National Deaf Children's Society (NDCS), the leading charity dedicated to cre
<p>The War Memorial was erected in 1927 to honour the Caversham Fallen from the 1st World War. It was paid for from public subscription by Caversham Traders and Ratepayers Association (We think fore-runners to Chamber of Commerce). The Land was grant
<p><a target="_blank" href="http://www.waysandmeans.org.uk">The Ways and Means Trust</a>, based in Caversham, applied and were accepted for the Reading Post Wish campaign
<p><a href="http://www.choosecaversham.co.uk/business_detail.php?rid=80">Quattro</a> Restaurant on Prospect Street, Caversham, has recently received a make-over to make it more contemporary.
<p>Drinkers at The Clifton Arms recently raised £317.60 to help serving troops and veterans of the Armed Forces and their families. This was more than any other pub in the area.
<p>Caversham's Annual Late Night Shopping Fayre was held on Wednesday 12th December 2012 when many shops stayed open until 9pm with special offers, discounts and carol singing.
<p>The new Neighbourhood Policing Team who work on issues identified by residents and businesses.</p> <p>To contact them, call 101.</p>
<p>A charity event was held at the Bina Tandoori Restaurant in Caversham on 31st October 2012. More than £3,000 was raised for the Army Benevolent Fund. Around 90 guests attended the curry night organised by Gravity Personnel owner, Kiren Sharm
<p>Exciting news for one Caversham businesswoman: Clare Grashoff from <a target="_blank" href="http://www.theblueduckgallery.co.uk">The Blue Duck Gallery</a> in Hemdean Road has been nominated for a Pride of Reading Award, namely "Entrepreneur of the
Let's try and keep Caversham looking good by using the new way of reporting graffiti and rubbish on our streets just rolled out by Reading Borough Council.
The Reading Post recently ran an article entitled "<a target="_blank" href="http://www.getreading.co.uk/business/s/2122105_independent_traders_keep_caversham_buzzing">Independent traders keep Caversham buzzing</a>".
The annual Sue Ryder Halloween Fireworks display was held on Saturday 27th October 2012 in Nettlebed. There was a pig roast, bar, food stalls and halloween costume parade. Gates opened at 5pm. The bonfire was lit at 6.30pm.
<p><a target="_blank" href="http://www.wadra.org.uk/"></a><a target="_blank" href="http://www.wadra.org.uk/">WADRA </a>is participating in the Reading Post Wish campaign.