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Sport : Football
18/11/2019 to 18/04/2020 ANIMAL WORLD ART JOURNEYS

Journey through time and around the world in a visual treat of an exhibition where great art meets great craft. See how artists have transformed the animal world into stunning stylised forms such as Peruvian weavings and Javanese batiks. Enjoy the work of artists from as far afield as ancient Egypt or nineteenth century Asia to contemporary Britain. Find images of animals including lobsters and lions, donkeys with dragons, birds beside beasties. Drawn from across the collections of Reading Museum, the Museum of English Rural Life and Reading people, this is a show for families and creative thinkers to explore.
Reading Museum, Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH
MORE INFO: Events Enquiries 0118 937 3400
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Leisure : Days Out
06/01/2020 to 01/03/2020 THE VYNE - 125 YEARS IN THE GARDENS

From a private residence, to a welcome retreat for hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, you can learn about the conservation challenges The Vyne's team face and why we sometimes need to keep off the grass. As 2020 marks 125 years of the National Trust, explore The Vynes garden history. Cared for by the trust since 1956, you can learn about the reinstatement of historic features such as the glasshouse in the walled garden. There is also a family version of this trail. Booking Not Needed. A National Trust Event - Gates open 10:00. Start 10:00. End 16:30.
Vyne Road, Sherborne St John, Basingstoke RG24 9HL
MORE INFO: Events Organiser 01256 883858
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Sport : Horse Racing

With a prestigious Grade 1 race at the fore, the Betfair Ascot Chase Raceday is one of the most important Jumps fixtures on our calendar. The atmosphere is one of excitement and anticipation, with spring creeping closer. The ever-popular Cheltenham Festival preview is back for 2020. Following the racing, King Edward VII Enclosure ticket holders will be able to enjoy a panel, which in previous years has featured Nick Luck, Paul Nicholls and Oli Bell, who will discuss the big races coming-up at Jumps racing's biggest event.
Ascot Racecourse, High Street, Ascot SL5 7JX
MORE INFO: Ticket Office 0870 727 1234
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Sport : Football

Steve Coppell became a household name in his playing days. After beginning his career with Tranmere Rovers in 1973, he spent eight years with Manchester United where he made 322 appearances, scoring 53 goals. He went on to represent his country, playing for England 42 times over 6 years from 1977 and scoring 7 times. However, it was as a manager that Coppell will be instantly and fondly remembered by Reading fans. Steve could well be considered the most successful manager in the history of Reading Football Club. That is a dramatic statement, but well earnt after Steve took the Royals into the top tier of English football for the first time in club history in 2006. The Royals accumulated a record breaking 106 points in the process, ending the season with just two defeats. That record still stands to this day as no football league club manager has been able to repeat Coppell's remarkable feat. As a result, Coppell was voted manager of the season by the League Managers Association. Coppell received the award again the following season after guiding Reading to an unexpected eighth placed finish, the club's highest placing in their history, and narrowly missing out on European qualification. There are very few people with such an outstanding record as both a player and manager and he is sure to provide a fascinating insight to Reading fans on 27 February. This is a great opportunity to meet, and put your questions to, the man behind Reading's most successful spell of all time. The event seems certain to sell out, so please book early online on our events page. The evening will be hosted by former Royals defender, now BBC Berkshire sports presenter, Ady Williams.
Tilehurst British Legion Club, Downing Rd, Reading RG31 5BB
MORE INFO: David 07768 904338
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Sport : Horse Racing

The first of our two charity racedays, this provides you with the chance to enjoy seven high quality races in a relaxed and informal setting. West Berkshire Mencap exists to provide high quality services for people with learning disabilities, their families, carers and professionals. West Berkshire Mencap have been in existence for over 60 years and has a vision of a world where people with learning disabilities are valued equally. The Annual Race day, is an opportunity for individuals, groups of family and friends or companies to enjoy a day out at the races with food and wine whilst raising much needed funds for West Berkshire Mencap.
Newbury Racecourse, Newbury RG14 7NZ
MORE INFO: Ticket Office 01635 40015
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