January 2022 What’s On

IF YOU have an event planned, please send details to editors@cavershambridge.org We need to receive these no later than the 10th of the month before the event for inclusion in the printed paper. Later submissions can be included in our online What’s On, which is updated regularly. To see what has been added check:

Caversham Library opening: 09:00 -17:00 Tuesday and Friday, 13:00 – 17:00 Thursday and 10:00 – 15:00 Saturday www.reading.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/all-libraries/caversham-library

January – Exhibition of small artworksGeo Café in Prospect Street. Works by Caversham artist Liz Real (www.lizreal.co.uk) and fellow member of Reading Guild of Artists Michael Garaway (www.garaway.co.uk) 10% of sales will be donated to Launchpad Reading https://launchpadreading.org.uk

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

Tuesdays – Babies and Toddlers – 10:00 -11:30 – Gosbrook Road Methodist Church- all welcome

Tuesdays – Riverate Choir – 19:30 in term time – Caversham Heights Methodist Church, Highmoor Road. Enjoy singing together. For details see http://rivarate.com

MondaysCaversham Park Bridge Club – at the Milestone Centre, 19:15 for 19:30 start. Phone Lin 9477820 for further information. www.bridgewebs.com/cavershampark

Wednesday 5 January – Rosehill WI –  Meeting cancelled.

Friday 7 January – Bereavement Café – monthly drop-in for the bereaved 14:00 – 15:30, St Barnabas Parish Centre, Emmer Green, RG4 8RA Every first Friday of the month.  All welcome. Contact Gillian Wilson 0118 9478772 for information.

Wednesday 19 January Caversham Heights Society – 20:00 – ‘Behind the Crime’ a talk Colin Ferguson, a retired probation officer. Website www.cavershamheights.org

Thursday 20 JanuaryCaversham WI meeting – 19:30 Church House (next to Waitrose). Every 3rd Thursday of the month. New members are welcome. Email: cavershamwi@berkshirewi.co.uk Secretary: Joy Kennedy on 07786642424

Friday 28 to Sunday 30 – The Big Garden Birdwatch – Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. Visit their website for information:  www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/birdwatch