1 September 2021
Healthwatch Reading, produce regular helpful and interesting information on local health issues.
29 August 2021
Here are the details the North Reading Neighbourhood Policing Team's forthcoming Have Your Say Meetings:
Saturday 4 September 2021 at Emmer Green Shops from 12-1pm.
Thursday 9 September 2021 outside Highdown School and Sixth Form from 3-4pm
More information is available here:
27 August 2021
The Older Drivers Forum is about keeping mature motorists on the road safely for longer. They are running a series of Webinars between the 13-17 September, to support Project Edward's Action Week (Every Day Without A Road Death).
19 August 2021
CADRA sends an email monthly to all members, keeping them up to date with the main issues covered at our latest monthly committee meeting and other news.
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19 August 2021
CADRA maintains a summary of the significant local planning applications and appeals which is updated each month. Each application listed provides a direct link the RBC website where plans can be seen and comments sent on line. Links to the Planning Inspectorate show progress on appeals. Applications in South Oxfordshire which are significant and close to the border with Reading are also listed.
18 August 2021
21 July 2021
Reading Borough Council has joined a national campaign to take a stand against anti-social behaviour and make communities safer. This will include marking the UK’s First ASB Awareness Week.
10 July 2021
This comes from a not-for-profit initiative launched March 2020 to support vital COVID-19 research. The app was launched by health science company ZOE with scientific analysis provided by King’s College London. With over 4 million people logging information across the world, the study is the world’s largest ongoing study of COVID-19 and is led by ZOE Co-Founder, Tim Spector who provides a helpful weekly video, of their latest research and their view of the current situation, which you can register for.
If you haven't come across this study before, do take a look and consider using the app. Though, most restrictions will soon be lifted here, their work will continue to be important.
16 June 2021
Thames Valley Police has launched Project Vigilant in Reading. The aim of the project is to prevent sexual offending by making the local area hostile to potential offenders through identifying individuals who display predatory behaviour.
8 June 2021
You may have read about proposed changes to the Parliamentary Constituency boundaries, which are now subject to a public consultation. This link shows a map of the proposed new Reading constituency: Proposed New Parliamentary Constituency Boundaries. Details about the review and how to comment are at: Boundary Commision for England 2023 Review
19 May 2021
These are local organisations that provide a list of some forthcoming events. It is by no means comprehensive, but they are local and have a genuine interest in the local cummunity.
The new What's On in Reading website replaces the existing Reading Arts and Venues. The big difference is that groups other than RBC related are able to add their events to the programme (after some training).
Reading Borough Council - Things to do
Choose Caversham - Events
South Oxfordshire District Council - Events
There are also other organsisations which we think mught be of interest to our members:
Concerts in Caversham regularly put on "high quality concerts brought to you by some of the most talented musicians in the country".
5 May 2021
It is now confirmed that the proposed ward boundary changes for Reading have become law and will come into force at the local elections in 2022. As a result all Caversham wards will have three councillors. This CADRA News Item provides a useful summary. More information about the process and the associated papers are at: www.lgbce.org.uk/all-reviews/south-east/berkshire/reading
In May 2022, there will be elections for all 48 council seats, across all the 16 new wards. In subsequent years, as now, a third of the seats will be up for election. For each ward, which councillors are required to seek re-election in 2023 and 2024 will depend on the votes they got in 2022. Those with the least being up for election first, in 2023, and those with the next lowest votes will have to seek re-election in 2024. Those getting the most will serve the full four years.
4 May 2021
This List of ATMs in Caversham includes both free and those that charge.