|Reading Borough Council
Civic Centre, Reading RG1 7TD
Reading Borough Council is responsible for all its local services, including education, social services, transport, libraries, environment services, licensing, housing, arts and leisure, community development and planning.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
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Reading Arts and Venues
Responsible for The Hexagon, 21 South Street Arts Centre and The Concert Hall, The Town Hall.
With 7 libraries located across Reading, find if the book you are looking for is in stock by searching their website.
Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading RG1 3BQ
Battle Library, 420 Oxford Road, Reading RG30 1EE
Caversham Library, Church Street, Caversham RG4 8AU
Palmer Park Library, St Bartholomew's Road, Reading RG1 3QB
Southcote Library, Southcote Lane, Reading, RG30 3BA
Tilehurst Library, School Road, Tilehurst, Reading RG31 5AS
Whitley Library, Northumberland Avenue, Reading RG2 7PX
|Museum of Reading
Blagrave Street, Reading RG1 1QH
With a wide range of exhibits and displays, the Museum of Reading is home to the impressive replica of the Bayeaux Tapestry.
Friends of Reading Museums
Find out about our organisation and the museums we support. There are new articles on our recent projects and our calendar of events for the year ahead. You can also find out how to join the Friends and what opportunities there are to get involved with the Museum.
Reading Town Forum
A discussion, news and event based site for people's views on local and national issues, Reading history, genealogy, old school and work mates, sport, hobbies and pastimes.
The internationally renowned festival of World of Music, Arts and Dance takes place in Reading each July.
Annual music festival which usually takes place over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Located at The Oracle in the heart of Reading, catch the latest releases at the Vue Cinema
Booking and information
Showcase Cinemas Reading is located at Wokingham Road at Loddon Bridge, Wokingham
Reading Sport & Leisure
Reading Borough Council run 7 leisure centres, with a range of facilities from the Lagoon Pool at Rivermead, Fitness Factory gyms, and Yippee's Yard, the largest indoor play centre for children at South Reading Leisure Centre.
Arthur Hill Pool & Fitness Studio, Kings Road, Reading RG1 4LS
Central Swimming Pool, Battle Street, Reading, RG1 7NU
Highdown Sports Centre, Surley Row, Caversham RG4 8NT
Meadway Sports Centre, Dunsfold Road, Tilehurst, Reading, RG30 4NN
Palmer Park Sports Stadium, Wokingham Road, Reading RG6 1LF
Rivermead Leisure Complex, Richfield Avenue, Reading RG1 8EQ
South Reading Leisure Centre, Northumberland Avenue, Whitley, Reading RG2 8DF
Reading Football Club
Promoted to Division 1 in 2002, Reading Football Club play at the magnificent Madejski Stadium
Based at the Madejski Stadium, London Irish were the winners of the 2002 Powergen Cup.
Reading Buses provides services across the Reading area.
A range of services is provided by Nighttrack, from Park and Ride to evening services across Reading.
For National Rail Enquiries
If your planning to travel by coach, check out the latest offers and timetables with National Express
Broad Street Mall
Home to a wide range of shops including Argos, TK Maxx and Clintons Cards.
The Oracle Shopping and Leisure Complex
Home to Debenhams and House of Fraser, plus a variety of restaurants and cafes.