June 2021 What’s On

As the lockdown rules are relaxed, there are more events planned for June. Because of the impact of the virus, events like the Reading Water Fest, whilst free, require booking. Do check to see if events are running and what booking may be required. Our on-line events diaries are updated regularly, so it is worth checking to see what has been added at cavershambridge.org:5154/local-info/whats-on
If you have an event planned, please send details to editors@cavershambridge.org

Caversham Library is open for booked appointments. Limited opening: 10:00 -13:00 Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, 13:00 – 16:00 Thursday

Mondays – Time for U pram push 10:00-11:30 Caversham Baptist Church. Term time only. www.cavershambaptistchurch.org.uk

Sundays – Farmer’s Market and Artisan Fair 10:00 – 15:00 Caversham precinct www.facebook.com/CAFMarket

Saturday 29 May to 2 June – a long weekend of wildlife events in Reading for adults and children www.wildaboutrg.com

Sunday 13 June  –  Garage sale trail in Caversham Park Village.  10:00 – 13:00 Preloved items will be sold from 15 garages, front gardens, porches or driveways. A trail map for buyers is available to download – details below. Fundraising for Young Minds, a young person’s mental health charity. The Milestone Centre’s Village Café will be serving refreshments throughout the event. Link to trail map

Saturday 19 June – Reading Water Fest 2021 – 11:00 – 17:00 Celebrating the 900th anniversary of Reading Abbey, Forbury Gardens, Abbey Ruins and along the River Kennet at Chestnut Walk – free but booking essential – https://whatsonreading.com/waterfest900

Tuesday 22 June – Reading Abbey and Reading Goal, online talk by John Painter – 19:30 Friends of Reading Abbey and CADRA – www.cadra.org.uk
Register at Eventbrite: tinyurl.com/c4xjusb2

Saturday 26 June – Concerts in Caversham – ‘Midsummer Mozart’ – The Caversham Ensemble – 19:30 St Andrew’s Church, Albert Road RG4 7PL. Tickets £20, £18 and £15. Under 16s free – www.concertsincaversham.co.uk or phone 0118 9484112/0118 9483220