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VISITORS to Reading Town Hall will get a unique opportunity to view planet Earth as it appears from space when the world famous Gaia globe comes to town in June.
- 30 new fruit trees introduced to South Whitley Park
- Follows Council securing £85k funding to enhance the area, including addition of toddler’s play area
PLANS to build a modern new respite care facility to support vulnerable residents with complex needs and to provide breaks for carers, were approved last week.
- First sections of the cycle lane from Chancellor’s Way junction to Pepper Lane nearing completion
- Scheme on track to be completed by the end of the summer
- The Great British Spring Clean runs from 17 March to 2 April
- People can sign up for free litter picking equipment by joining the Council's RAYS scheme
- New seven-station outdoor gym opens at Palmer Park following £75k investment
- Offers free fitness for all with a mix of robust equipment to suit people of varying ages and abilities
- Decision to be made next week on adopting new planning restrictions on the numbers of houses of multiple occupation in each neighbourhood
- Too many HMO’s can change the look, feel and character of local communities
- £530,000 investment to provide exciting new equipment
- New play area opening on Thursday 23 March ready for the Easter holidays
- Let's Sing final returns to the Hexagon for the first time since 2020
- Fifteen local choirs will compete for the trophy, and tickets sold will raise money for Mayoral charities
- Unleashed Performance Reading Half Marathon returns on Sunday 2 April
- Residents and visitors are advised to plan ahead and allow extra time for any journeys
- Council in the middle of a programme to deliver 400 new affordable homes, an investment of over £110m
- Infill sites plan sees use of small pockets of derelict land contributing to those new homes
- All homes built to passivhaus principles to be more environmentally friendly
- New discounted ‘Reading All-Bus’ day travel ticket will allow passengers to use several bus companies including Reading Buses, Thames Valley Buses, Arriva and Thames Travel with the same ticket.
- Infrastructure investment in two-year plan to provide faster services with fewer delays.
- Reading received the third highest funding award in the country (per head of population) out of the 31 local authorities across the country to successfully achieve funding.