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Local Information: Community Groups

Caversham Globe

Website: www.cavershamglobe.org.uk

Email: info@cavershamglobe.org.uk

Caversham Horticultural Society

Website: www.caversham-horticultural.org.uk

Food4Families

Website: https://www.food4families.org.uk/

Friends of Cemetery Junction

Part of Econet, see Home Page

Friends of Clayfield Copse

Part of Econet, see Home Page

Friends of Mapledurham Playing Fields

Part of Econet, see Home Page

Friends of McIlroy Park

Part of Econet, see Home Page

Friends Of Omers Gully Wood

Website: www.friendsofomersgullywood.co.uk

Friends Of The Cowsey

Website: www.cowsey.btik.com

Friends of Waterloo Meadows

Part of Econet, see Home Page

GREN (Greater Reading Environmental Network)

Website: www.gren.org.uk

A network of green voluntary and community organisations in Reading with an interest in environmental, planning and conservation issues. An opportunity to network, share ideas and information, and have a stronger collective voice in the Greater Reading area.

Newtown Globe

Check Organisations section of the RVA directory for contact details, www.rvadirectory.org.uk

Oxford Road Community Garden (Reading)

Website: www.orcg.org.uk

The garden was created to provide more green space in the Oxford Road area. It provides a range of facilities including allotment plots for vegetable growing.

Reading Food Growing Network

Website: http://www.readingfoodgrowingnetwork.org.uk/

Reading Tree Warden Network

Website: www.readingtreewardens.org.uk

Southcote Globe

Website: www.southcoteglobe.org.uk

Tilehurst Allotments Society

Website: www.tilehurstallotments.co.uk

Tilehurst Globe

Website: www.tilehurst-globe.org.uk

For information about some of Tilehurst's open space including their natural history and walks, see www.walkontheweb.org.uk

Tilehurst Horticultural Association

Website: www.tilehurstha.org.uk

Transition Town Reading

Website: www.transitionreading.org.uk

Last Updated: 28 August 2017 23:46