For the past four years or so, Edible Reading has been the fearless Keyser Söze of Reading’s food scene; the anonymous blogger and local food chronicler of our times. I not only managed to track ER down to the great Katesgrove boozer The Turks (Head) for an 80s-Smash-Hits-style interview, but I also managed to eat an incredible, table creaking five course Georgian meal from former in-residence food sensation Caucasian Spice Box just before they left the pub for pastures new.
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The Whitley Pump received photos this week of the brief moment when work on the gym at 43 Whitley Street revealed the sign for Whitby’s Camera Shop, a previous occupant of the building.
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Developers have convened a public consultation on the future of the Woodley Arms site on Thursday 15 June at 4pm – 7pm.
By Jason Hilbourne.
Reading Voluntary Action (RVA), Reading Borough Council and other local voluntary organisations conducted a survey into loneliness and isolation this spring. Nearly 500 people filled out surveys in libraries, GP surgeries, in shopping centres, at local charities and with researchers in town, as well as online.
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By Gillie Tunley and Brenda Sandilands.
The Progress Theatre’s latest production is Harold Pinter’s 1978 classic, Betrayal, which is famously based on Pinter’s real-life affair with BBC television presenter Joan Bakewell. In this play, he uses clever reverse chronology to explore the complex theme of betrayal.
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Matt Rodda has been elected as the MP for Reading East and Alok Sharma was re-elected as MP for Reading West.
This stinkpipe is in northern Katesgrove.