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There can’t be many people in the town whose families haven’t eaten up their greens thanks to Dudmans of Reading.
Lights will be dimmed across Reading when a voluntary organisation salutes Black History Month with the Uhuru International Black Film Festival.
Fruit and veg growers are invited to bring their harvest to the first Reading Town Meal – a massive al-fresco free lunch in Forbury Gardens to celebrate home-grown food.
A carpet cleaning company is going to stretch £50 as far as it can to help the Sue Ryder Nettlebed Hospice.
The Reading beauty who dazzled her way to the final four in the televised search for Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model has her sights set on London.
A former Reading College lecturer is bowled over with the response to her first book, Freak Out! My Life with Frank Zappa.
A production which plays on the idea of the ever-touring The Vagina Monologues is on stage next week as part of Reading’s Black History Month celebrations.
Jennifer Biggs is making her debut as a director, but she hasn’t made it easy for herself.
Radio and television presenter Henry Kelly is expected at St Joseph’s College tonight to open an exhibition of paintings, sculpture and ceramics by local artists.
Black History Month is being celebrated across Reading with colour, dance, song and plenty of spice.