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Reading Christmas Lights Switch-On | Christmas Glitz | 19th November 2016

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Wristbands will be available to customers on Saturday 5th from 9am and Sunday 6th November from 11am from our Minster Street entrance on The Lower Mall. Wristbands will be issued on a first come, first served basis.

Please see further details on the wristband distribution below*

On Saturday 5th Nov: wristbands will only be available to customers who have downloaded the oracle plus app and registered

On Sunday 6th Nov: a limited number of wristbands will be available to our non plus customers

Please note wristband quantities are limited, once all wristbands have gone entry to the show is not permitted.

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*FURTHER INFO

Terms and Conditions:

The Oracle’s Christmas Glitz firework event will take place at 5pm, Saturday 19th November on The Rooftop of Holy Brook Car Park.

Customers will be required to obtain a free wristband prior to the show to gain entry to Holy Brook Car Park level 2.

Entry will be from 3pm until 4.45pm. After 4.45 entry will be denied.

To obtain wristbands on the 5th November from 9am, customers will be required to download The Oracle PLUS app and registered. On Sunday 6th November from 11am, a limited number of wristbands will be available to our non PLUS customers by filling in their details online.

Wristbands can be collected from the Minster Street entrance on The Lower Mall. Wristbands are free of charge and will be given out on a first come, first served basis to customers. A maximum of four wristbands per person / per family. You must be 16 and over to collect the wristbands. Children of all ages will need a wristband.

Once all wristbands have been allocated, entry to the event will be closed

Customers will be not be allowed access to the event without a wristband

Wristband entrants must arrive no later than 4.45pm on the day of the event, after which access may be denied

LOCATION

Holy Brook Car Park Level 2

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Reading Comic-Con is back for it’s 4th year in 2019!!

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A return to our traditional weekend date in November and loaded with an all new lineup of Guests from TV & Film as well as from your favourite Comics. New props & attractions will be also on hand as well as our always popular Cosplay & Gaming Zones plus a few more surprises that we are keeping under our hats for now.

Saturday November 23 – Sunday November 24
10:00 AM
Rivermead Leisure Complex and Gym
Richfield Avenue, RG1 8EQ Reading, England

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Squash & Pumpkins Festival | 29th Sept 2019

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Tolhurst Organic is a vegetable growing farm, just outside the village of Whitchurch-on-Thames in south Oxfordshire. We sell through a local Box Scheme, Farmers’ Market and in our local veg shed.

Autumnal Dress Parade
Children’s entertainment
Live music
Bouncy Castle
Giant Pumpkins Competition
Food & Drink
Admission £4.00/person. Children come free.

2, West Lodge, Hardwick Road
Reading, England

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Reading Town Meal | 28 September

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Reading’s community festival of food returns to Forbury Gardens: food grown in local gardens and allotments, turned into a delicious meal by Reading College and served free in Forbury Gardens. Plus food-related activities for all the family, live music, local food traders and community groups.

A free meal cooked by Reading College students, served free to 1000+ Live bands, stalls, community stalls, workshops, activities and local food market. Held in Forbury Gardens on Sat 28th September

Reading Town Meal aims to celebrate and promote home grown and locally produced food. Food4families developed Reading Town Meal as apart of its broader vision for a significant increase in the amount of food grown locally and more sustainably. This embraces a broad approach to sustainability, incorporating economic, health and well-being, community capacity and resilience, and carbon reduction aspects.

ORGANISERS

1] Food4families–a BIG lottery funded project managed by Reading International Solidarity Centre (RISC)

2] Reading international Solidarity Centre–the BIGGEST Development Education Centre in the UK

3] Reading College–A long tradition of education and training, with their Hospitality, Travel&Tourism department contributing their expertise and use of kitchen facilities to prepare and serve the Town meal

4] Reading Borough Council

5] True Food Community Co-operative– Offers a complete range of general groceries, including organic whole foods, local fresh fruit and vegetables and environmentally friendly household products.

28 September
Reading Town Meal
Sat 12 PM · Forbury Gardens · Reading, England

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