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Street Feet Dance
Street Feet Dance is a dance school providing tuition in urban dance styles to all ages and abilities in the Reading area. We provide Street Dance Classes, Break Dance Classes, Community Dance Workshops, Private Tuition, Street Dance Parties, School Street Dance Clubs, Holiday Courses and Performances at local events. Beginner dancers are also regularly offered opportunities to perform in a range of local settings. All sessions are taught by CRB checked, insured instructors. For further information, please visit the website at www.streetfeetdance.co.uk
The Sainsbury Singers started in 1938 and have been entertaining the people of Greater Reading ever since. Our motto is ‘we take pride in singing’ and we do. Our website is www.sainsburysingers.org.uk for more information about our shows and joining us
Hi I'm the Director of Company Paradiso and I'd like to let you know that we are facilitating a project in which young people in care can tell their stories. We'll also be working with some adult volunteers. The project partners will be Reading Museum, with a community cabinet exhibition May - June, and BBC Radio Berkshire, with a week of radio broadcasts in late May.
Company Paradiso's mission is to enable people to tell their stories. Last year we organised the 'Warning: May Contain Nuts' with 'mentally interesting' writers and performers. The year before our project was 'The New Ballads of Reading Gaol'. Both projects won national awards. For more details and to hear radio go to: www.companyparadiso.co.uk
Reading Düsseldorf Association
Reading’s friendship with Düsseldorf (Germany) started in 1948. We help people in Reading and Düsseldorf, particularly young people, to make personal friendships and exchange visits. We work mainly by building links between similar organisations – sports clubs, musical groups, churches, schools, and so on. We can occasionally make small grants, for example by paying for visits to or from Düsseldorf. We also have a social programme for our members.
Spice - the UK’s largest social, activity and adventure group. We are a membership based organisation offering around 100+ different activities every month. We have a really strong presence in the Thames Valley & Solent area - about 1,000 members attending around 100 events every month all over our region. We are delighted to be with the Cultural Partnership and we can make a free 3 month trial membership offer to all companies.
Rivermead leisure Complex
Food4families is a local project, funded by Big Lottery, which aims to create a network of food growing gardens across Reading where parents and children will learn how to grow their own food together. With 10 food-growing gardens already developed we hope to do 5 more in 2011. We are looking for volunteers to support trained experts in running sessions with families at the gardens or to do the physical work involved in setting up new gardens.
Indian Arts Centre
Mapis Project CIC
Mapis Project CIC is a Social Enterprise providing engagement courses, training opportunities, mentoring services and accredited qualifications for vulnerable adults and young people from disadvantaged areas. We work with people who fall under following categories: unemployed, underachieving in education, in and out of care, offenders or ex-offenders, people who have disabilities, ethnic minorities, carers, young parents and lone mothers, domestic violence victims, people with mental health issues, eating disorders or a history of self-harm or people with low self-esteem.
We provide the following programmes: Fashion & Design; Hair & Beauty; Fitness & Nutrition; Boxing; Football; Dance; Photography; Acting; Business Minds
The Allplay Tennis Campaign
The Allplay Tennis Campaign is designed to increase participation in tennis through an online network that helps people find other people to play with and venues to play at. There are now over 6,000 people registered on www.allplaytennis.com who are attached to venues and looking to play, but we are keen to attract more!
If you need help finding your local courts or somebody to play with, visit www.allplaytennis.com. You can search for people in your area of a similar standard who are looking for a game and even contact them to get started. It’s all part of allplay, a national campaign brought to you by the LTA, to help more people play tennis.
Please visit www.allplaytennis.com or call Jo-Anne Downing 07971 141321) for more information.