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13th JAN 2019
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13/01/2019 READING WEDDING FAIR

All the needs of your special day under one roof. Cars, Cakes, Menswear, Bridalwear, Photographers, Entertainment, Jewellery, Hair and Make Up, Stationery and much much more... Open from 11am to 3pm. Free Entry.
Crowne Plaza, Richfield Avenue, Caversham RG1 8BD
MORE INFO: Fair Organiser 07990 711 444
  info@berkshireweddingfairs.co.uk
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16/01/2019 ST TIMOTHEE GARDEN OPEN FOR NGS CHARITY

Join us for a talk and discussion on ‘The Winter Garden’, covering key elements that make the garden at St Timothee shine through the darkest months. The talk will take place indoors at St Timothee. It will be followed by a Q&A session and then culminate with a walk around the garden at St Timothee to see how the ideas discussed are brought to life. Arrival from 10.15am for a 10.30am start. Please bring appropriate shoes/coats. This unique event is £15 per person to include tea/coffee and homemade cake on arrival.
St Timothee, Maidenhead SL6 6PA
MORE INFO: Sarah and Sal Pajwani 07976 892667   pajwanisarah@gmail.com   Event Web Site
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19/01/2019 WALLINGFORD LOCAL PRODUCERS' SATURDAY MARKET

To make available produce grown or produced within a 30 mile radius of Wallingford, sourcing ingredients, wherever possible from within that area. To educate and promote the benefits of locally produced food and other products thereby supporting a vibrant and dynamic local economy. The market was started in 2007 by some of the current stallholders as a means to reach the local community. The produce available ranges from meat (pork, beef, lamb), fruit and vegetables, plants, bread, cheeses, wines, beers,cakes ready prepared food, chocolate, jams, preserves, crafts including wood, knitting, jewellery, cosmetics, pottery, photography, painting and much more. 10am to 1pm.

Regal Centre, St Martin’s Street, Wallingford OX10 0DP
MORE INFO: Dennis Jackson
  admin@wlpm.org.uk
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19/01/2019 THAMES VALLEY FARMERS MARKET (READING)

Reading Farmers’ Market is a friendly, twice-a-month event, showcasing fantastic local food and drink. Many of our traders and customers have been attending the market since it started in 1999 and there is a strong community feel. Everything is sold direct from our local farmers, bakers, conservers and brewers, have a chat and discover the story behind the produce! The market is held undercover, in the auction house at the Cattle Market. There is cheap parking (on street, or in the Cattle Market car park next door - 50p for 1hr, £2.60 for 2 hrs) and it’s a short walk to town. The producers below typically attend the market, but attendance does vary, due to seasonality of produce. Sign up to our weekly newsletter, or follow our Facebook or Twitter pages, for regular updates on who will be attending.
The Cattle Market, Great Knollys Street, Reading RG1 7HD
MORE INFO: Kathryn McCann 07956 426821
  kathryn@katcreative.co.uk
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19/01/2019 UNDERSTANDING OLD HANDWRITING - JOAN DILS

This course will look at the structure of documents from the 17th-19th centuries, which are of most use to family historians, and teach attendees how to read the various handwriting styles used. It is held over three fortnightly sessions, giving attendees time to absorb and reflect on their learning before the next session. Attendees may bring a document with them to decipher. Joan Dils is an Honorary Visiting Fellow in History at the University of Reading and President of the Berkshire Local History Association. She taught history and local history for the former School of Continuing Education at the University where she was a part-time lecturer.
Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading RG1 3BQ
MORE INFO: Events Enquiries 0118 950 9553
  events@berksfhs.org.uk
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19/01/2019 ALDWORTH VILLAGE MARKET

Aldworth’s award winning Saturday Market takes place every Saturday morning in the Village Hall. Here you can buy vegetables and other produce, cakes and bread, newspapers and sweets. Please note that bread and newspapers must be pre-ordered.

Aldworth Village Hall, Bell Lane, Aldworth RG8 9SB
MORE INFO: Market Enquiries 01635 578090
 
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19/01/2019 to 20/01/2019 THE SOUTH EAST HOMEBUILDING AND RENOVATING SHOW

Brits in the South East are among the highest to overestimate the role of their tradespeople, with over 40 per cent of them expecting contractors to design or plan the work as well as carry out the job in hand. However, around 60 per cent of tradespeople wish that clients knew the type of service they offer before contacting them, according to a new survey conducted by The South East Homebuilding and Renovating Show, which is coming to the area for the first time.
International Exhibition and Conference Centre, Farnborough GU14 6FD
MORE INFO: Show Enquries 0121 728 9819
  Homebuildingsupport@blueberryms.co.uk
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20/01/2019 THAMES VALLEY FARMERS' MARKET (NEWBURY)

Newbury Farmers' Market runs twice a month on the first and third Sunday. Originally set up by the Council to give local farmers and producers an opportunity to sell their produce direct to the public, most will have been grown or processed within 30 miles of West Berkshire. The Farmers' Market supports the local economy, providing healthy fresh food and reducing food miles - the distance food has travelled from where it is produced. In addition, the market provides an opportunity to find out more about issues such as Genetically Modified foods, land management and organic farming.
Market Place, Newbury RG14 5BD
MORE INFO: Market Enquiries 01235 227266
  info@tvfm.org.uk
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20/01/2019 THAMES VALLEY FARMERS' MARKET (ASCOT)

Ascot Farmers' Market has been running successfully for eight years. The market offers a wide choice of fresh produce and plants. Parking is freely available on site.
Car Park 3, Ascot High Street, Ascot SL5 7JX
MORE INFO: Claudine Andrew 07896 902850
  ascotwindsormanager@hotmail.com
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20/01/2019 BE FEARLESS @SUNDAY ASSEMBLY READING

You’ve already decided to do in 2019 what you meant to do in 2018. Now you need the courage to do that. So thinking of you, we’ve invited the brilliant Free Radicals Improv Troupe along to show you how some gentle improv skills can be applied to your everyday life to allow you to say Yes! to more and get you safely through some of the sticky social situations we all have to face. 10.30am to 12noon.
Reading Irish Centre, Chatham Street, Reading RG1 7HT
MORE INFO: Lynda Chater 07986 172035
  lynda.chater@sundayassemblyreading.uk
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