The season has started at Katesgrove community allotment at Waterloo Meadows. Sessions led by Seth from food4families take place every Saturday afternoon from 1pm to 3.30pm.
South Reading Community Centre
Sun sets on the Katesgrove children’s centre
Details on the proposed remodelling of Reading’s children’s centres will be publicised at events held across the town until the beginning of March.
The sun sets on the Katesgrove children’s centre
Reading Borough Council has proposed to replace the town’s 13 children’s centres with four ‘children and family centre hubs’. Under the proposal, Katesgrove children’s centre would be replaced by the Sun Street Youth and Community Centre at Cemetery Junction.
Santa visits Katesgrove
The Waterloo Meadows children’s centre
The Katesgrove Community Association (KCA) will hold its Christmas Fair on Saturday 10 December, from 12 noon until 3pm at Waterloo Meadows Children’s Centre, off Elgar Road.
Katesgrove Community Association (KCA) have joined up with Food4families to establish a community allotment at Waterloo Meadows. Work on the plot started in July and there has already been some produce to harvest.
Here at the international HQ of the Whitley Pump on top of Katesgrove Hill, we decided to celebrate our first birthday by ‘beating the bounds‘ of Katesgrove ward. This is a walk of over 4 miles around the perimeter of the ward, or as near to the perimeter as can be obtained without swimming or getting run over.
Waterloo Meadows clean up
Deep clean of Highgrove Street
Glass Recycling Containers on Elgar Road
Street Care Team in Mount Street
Reading Rescue Event 9 October 2015
Katesgrove Community Association, Thames Water and Reading Borough Council are working together on a Katesgrove clean up tomorrow afternoon Thursday, 25 August 2016.
The jubilee cedar in 2016
Longbarn Lane Recreation Ground
Beat Box 108
The Tank at Spring Gardens
Have your say on the future of public parks. A national survey has been launched as part of an inquiry by the Communities and Local Government Committee to examine the impact of reduced local authority budgets on parks and consider concerns that their existence is under threat.
After the evening’s work this is what the tree nursery looked like.
Mike Cox, Jane Howey and Liz Johnson with this year’s wild flower plot
Whitley Pump joined the Friends of Waterloo Meadows on the evening of 10 August as they carried out their tasks to maintain and enhance the meadows.