Tilehurst Walkabout – Fun jaunt from early times, through my childhood memories my Village
7 December @ 9:50 am - 12:30 pm
A nominal 2 Hour 25mins, 2 mile walk mainly on the flat featuring important Buildings, Places, Roads, History, Culture & People. Illustrated with many stories & old photos and so much more with optional cafe stop at the end.
Some free parking is available nearby nr St. Micheal’s Church etc. (contact me if you need help or use Public Transport – NB The End of this Walk is 20 mins walk away from the start.
NB PLEASE DON’T TURN UP BEFORE BOOKING IN VIA Clicking Going or firstname.lastname@example.org or Ringing me on 07505351517.
2 people booked on so far.
Please arrive at 9.50am mins early for signing in and safety brief etc.
It will be Limited to maximum about 16-20 places.
The charge is per head. I donate my walking fees to charities (less a very small amount of expenses).
Please bring a cash donation of £5 or £10 per adult and £1 per child over 5. Proceeds will be split equally between my causes for the year. From 6 April 2023 – 5 April 2024 these are:
Home-Start Reading – supports families in Reading through difficult times, to help parents give their children the best possible start in life. Their trained volunteers, mostly parents themselves, work alongside their expert support team to help families with young children, who are struggling due to a range of reasons. These might include low mood, depression, anxiety, ill health, disability, broken relationships, bereavement, domestic abuse, poor housing or financial hardship. The parents may be feeling overwhelmed and isolated and lack the self-confidence and strategies to break the cycle. Home-Start Reading helps to build their capabilities, connections and resilience, giving children the chance to thrive, have a happier future and enjoy the same opportunities as others. https://www.home-start-reading.org.uk/
The Reading Ukrainian Community Centre – houses the Berkshire branch of the Association of Ukrainians in GB (AUGB). Since the start of the conflict in Ukraine last February, the Centre has concentrated its activities to support Ukrainians arriving in the UK, while also delivering equipment and humanitarian aid to those on the frontline. Weekly coffee mornings are held at the Centre, giving Ukrainians new to Reading and their host families an opportunity to meet & chat with fellow Ukrainians & members of the community. Additionally we host regular events to provide advice and support around topics such as employment and housing. https://www.rucc.uk/news
For more details about what my walkabouts offer please see my Reviews :-
Please bring a cash donation of £5 or £10 per adult, and £1 per child over 5.
Proceeds will be split equally between my causes for the year.