ERAPA, yesterday

‘ERAPA’ play area under threat

13 February 2019

The hugely used and well-loved play area is under threat as Council has no plans to repair or replace.

The proposed car park site

Council consults on ‘ideas’ for pool in park

12 February 2019

Five things you need to know about Council's consultation on possible future pool and large car park…

Josh and Rob with staff from Honey Bees day care

Honey Bee Day Care opens in Palmer Park

11 February 2019

Great news as Honey Bees opens to replace Riverside Nursery that closed last year.

David McElroy and Cllr Rob White campaigning (playing) on the Palmer Park play equipment

£100,000 Palmer Park cash denied by Labour council

08 February 2019

Despite winning the public vote for how to spend £100,000 of local development money, Labour Councillors withdraw funding from Palmer Park Wokingham Road play area.

David McElroy, Green Party campaigner, by the Thames with Reading’s three Green Party councillors Brenda McGonigle, Rob White and Josh Williams.

East Reading MRT refused

07 February 2019

Wokingham Council's planning committee have again voted to refuse Reading Labour's plans to build a destructive road by the River Thames.


Council Christmas information

13 December 2018

Reading Borough Council will be closed for all non-essential Council services for the Christmas and New Year period.

Chalkboard Café sign

Palmer Park café let to Tutu’s Ethiopian Table

30 November 2018

Reading Borough Council has announced the new tenant of Palmer Park’s Lodge Café as Award winning Tutu Melaku, the founder and owner of Tutu’s Ethiopian Table. The new venture replaces the Chalkboard Café, which closed in 2017.

Three Caballeros… I mean four.

“Lipstick on a pig”: Greens slam new river road plans

16 November 2018

Reading Greens have slammed Labour’s resubmitted plans to build a road along the River Thames, saying the minor revisions are “like putting lipstick on a pig”.

20 is plenty, so I hear. At least according to the people in this picture.

Slow down speeding cars to save lives, say Reading Greens

01 November 2018

Reading Green Party has called on the Borough Council to introduce measures to slow down cars in existing 20 mph zones East Reading. They would also like to see main roads included in 20mph zones to decrease the speed of cars and save lives.

Dave & Jamie standing outside Central library… WITH A VENGEANCE!

Cuts to Reading Library services come into effect this September

21 September 2018

Unfortunately, library users in Reading can expect to see a number of cuts to the service starting this month and into October, including a reduction in opening hours.

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