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We have recently moved our long running coffee morning, The Pop-In, from the council offices on Bridge Street,  to the Hexagon.  The Pop-In runs from 1000-1200 on a Thursday morning most weeks in the coffee bar next to the main entrance. Attendance costs £1 and over the coming months we will have regular information sessions and speakers as well as the usual friendly chat over drinks and biscuits. Anyone is welcome to Pop-In! It’s a handy place to stop for a natter on the way to the shops. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Reading Borough Council for hosting us in their building for many years and continuing to host us in the Hexagon.

If you fancy a nice place to sit and chat on your way into town on Thursday then why not join us?

We are there most weeks apart from the pantomime season. Most weeks are a social coffee morning, but every month we have a visiting speaker. the sessions are informal and chatty so everyone can join in rather than a "lecture" format.

To find out more, please contact us by calling 0118 950 2480. Or just Pop-In!

Pop In over 50s coffee morning
Every Thursday morning 10-12 at the Hexagon Cafe

 

Programme for 2019

 

24th January

Speaker  - Tania Christie will give a short talk and workshop on Thames Water’s Free Priority Service for older and vulnerable customers

31st January

Monthly raffle and quiz

14th February

Speaker Terry Dixon – Terry’s Guided walks round Reading featuring famous events, people, buildings and culture and heritage

28th February

Monthly raffle and quiz

7th March

Bingo

21st March

Speaker – Christine Sanger (Age UK Trustee and Volunteer) will lead a reminiscence session with a Memory Box from Reading Museum

28th March

Monthly raffle and quiz

4th April

Book Swap

18th April

Monthly raffle and quiz (note change of date)

25th April

Speaker – Rhea Douglas from Reading Museum on Wheels will give short talk and bring objects and photographs from the Huntley and Palmer’s collection

 

 

No need to book, just turn up

For further information, pop in or contact us on:

0118 950 2480www.ageuk.org.uk/reading