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980 Oxford Road, Reading, Berkshire RG30 6WR
Large superstore, usually has everything and doesn’t tend to get crowded because it’s fairly far out of town. You do need a car to get there, but it has its own car park. Typical Waitrose prices, of course.
179 Oxford Road, Reading, Berkshire RG1 7UZ
Day Opportunities for people with learning disabilities. Friendly people, sadly the place and much of the equipment is very old and basic.
Friar Street, Reading, Berkshire RG1 1EH
Well sorted little bookshop, you won’t find unusual books there - it’s too small for that. But most current mainstream Christian books will be there, plus a selection of Bibles and greeting cards.
31 ST. Martins Precinct, Church Street Caversham, Reading, Berkshire RG4 8BA
Generally has really good merchandise, which is why it’s usually very crowded and difficult to browse. If you’re prepared to brave the crowds, you can often find good items there.
Church Street, Reading, Berkshire RG4 8AY
Much bigger than you think it is from the outside! There’s a good, free car park at the back as well, which is somewhat difficult to find as you have to pass Waitrose and turn into what looks like an overpass at the roundabout after the store.
32d Church Street, Reading, Berkshire RG4 8AU
Tasty food and coffees, but I found it overpriced. Good to take bakery items away, because although it does have a sit-down area, it is very basic (uncomfortable chairs & tables) and atmosphere is distinctly lacking.
367 Oxford Road, Reading, Berkshire RG30 1HA
Small gym, does do the job; the reason why I’m giving it bad marks is that you have to WATCH OUT that you don’t get caught in their contract. Unless you pay up front, you’re signing not a simple contract but a credit agreement - in other words, you’re taking on debt! And if you need to get out of it, you’ll have to deal with the credit collection agency and not with the gym itself. Total rip-off.
PO Box 7961, Reading, Berkshire RG10 8WZ
These people are amazingly committed to saving cats. I am fostering a cat because I can’t commit to adopting one, and as a fosterer all food, toys, and accessories are provided to you. For adopters, Cats Protection will take back responsibility for the cat for the rest of its life, if circumstances change; and if needed, they will even take on vet costs. Great charity.
Middlebrook Street, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 8DQ
Prepare for long queues and looking at half-empty shelves with eclectic items that you probably don’t need and wouldn’t look for in a post office. Especially look out for the romance novels they sell near the front of the queue, so you have lots of time to check those out… ;-)
Jewry Street, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 8RY
Wonderful new venue, has free Internet access too, and well-sorted books both for sale and for lending. There’s a cafe where you can sit and read with a coffee, although its front wall is all glass which can get very hot and feel quite exposed.
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