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Reading Winter on Ice – 16th November – 5th January

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Welcome to Berkshire’s BIGGEST CHRISTMAS EVENT
16th November – 5th January.

Reading’s very own Winter Wonderland in the heart of the town centre!

Featuring:
❄ Full size outdoor Ice Rink (450m²)
❄ Over 20 Rides and Attractions
❄ Après Bar
❄ Santas Grotto
❄ Mulled Wine
❄ Seasonal Foods – German Sausage and more

THIS IS A FREE TO ENTER EVENT, YOU ONLY PAY FOR ACTIVITIES YOU TAKE PART IN!

New for this year, a Wristband System, pay on price and have unlimited rides for up to 4 hours, BOOK early and receive a 20% discount on all booking.

To book your place on the ice or for more info visit:
www.readingwinteronice.co.uk

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Join us within and enjoy one of our Winter Cocktails, some Mulled Wine or a frosty pint of Birra Moretti at our pop-up Alpine lodge! We also offer a great range of Hot Drinks and a family friendly atmosphere!

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Christmas At The Oracle

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This Christmas, The Oracle will be transformed into a magical frozen wonderland!

Head to The Riverside and enjoy a series of wondrous wintry ice capades on our festive rink.

Expect music, dancing, storytelling and lots of festive cheer… perfect for customers of all ages to enjoy and best of all, it’s FREE!

Show times
Saturday 30th November – 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6:30pm
Saturday 7th December – 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6:30pm
Saturday 14th December – 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6:30pm
Sunday 21st December – 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6:30pm

FURTHER INFO
No need to book, simply turn up and enjoy the Christmas magic!

Please note, the ice rink is for performances only. No public skating is available.

LOCATION
The Riverside.

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Lions Reading Firework Extravaganza

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It’s back for 2019!

The Lions Club of Reading have their annual Fireworks Spectacular at the ground of Reading City FC on Scours Lane (just off Oxford Road) in Reading on Saturday 2nd November 2019.

A spectacular fireworks display will light up the sky at 7pm

A family ticket purchased in advance is just £15 for up to 2 adults and 3 children (5-15 years old). Adult tickets are for everyone aged 16 years and older, and children’s tickets are for 5-15 year olds. Under 5s are admitted free of charge, and don’t require a ticket. Click here to buy tickets online.

Tickets purchased on the night will be more expensive, and are limited.

And there’s plenty to do before the fireworks display, with fairground rides, hot food and drink stalls and a licensed bar.

There’s further fun with face painting and other activities.

Gates are open at 5pm, and it’s best to arrive early, to give yourself plenty of time to get parked and on the site ahead of the fireworks.

And it’s easy to get to, with plenty of free parking available, as well as being on the Sky Blue 16 bus route from Reading Town Centre.

This always a very popular event, so to avoid disappointment book your tickets today.

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Reading Town Centre 5K | Santa Run | 8th December 2019

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1k Mini Santa Run–The fairly level 1k course is ideal for youngsters, adults with babies in buggies, dogs with owners and we especially welcome wheelchair users and encourage all those with disabilities to join in, dress as Santa or Elf and be part of the festive fun!  PLUS you can raise monies for your own particular charities if you wish. By the way Santa or Elf outfits included in the entry fee!

5k Town Centre Santa Run–The annual Reading 5k Charity Santa Run, organised by The Rotary Club of Reading will take place once again in Reading – Sunday 8th December 2019.

Starting at 9.00am. It is open to anyone 10 and over and Santa suits are included in the price.
Great town centre route starting and finishing at the Forbury Gardens and taking in Broad Street, The Oracle shopping centre and Kennet side paths.

The route is all on road or pavements. The route is through the town centre starting and finishing at the Forbury Gardens and taking in Broad Street, The Oracle shopping centre and Kennet side paths, runners should be aware of street furniture and bollards. There are some narrow sections, please show patience when passing through these areas and across the river Kennett Bridge.

‘100% of money raised by runners will go to charities, none on overheads. The majority of funds raised will go to our two main charities, Daisy’s Dream and No. 5. The remainder will be split between other local charities and Rotary Projects to included Reading Samaritans, Thames Valley Air Ambulance, Berkshire Vision and CIRDIC.’’

To enter click on www.readingsantarun.co.uk

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