What is available to street homeless

In addition to the evening provision made available by ourselves there are other groups providing assistance to rough sleepers and / or people in need.

What’s on where is listed in the table below. You can also print out A6 leaflets to carry on you here ….  Whats on and where June 21- ONLY 2021

CiRDiC  

One amazing provision that has existed for years is the drop-in centre on Berkeley Avenue

The Churches in Reading Drop in Centre has been providing food, clothing, hospitality, internet access, friendship, advice, etc. for many many years

Staffed almost entirely by volunteers, CiRDiC does a fantastic job and “Faith” have partnered with them for many years as a complementary service

DayVenueAddressTime
MonCIRDICBerkeley Avenue10am-12.30pm
Providence ChurchOxford Road6-9pm
TueCIRDICBerkeley Avenue10am-12.30pm
The Queen’s ArmsGreat Knollys Street6pm-7pm
Faith Christian GroupSt Mary’s Church7.30pm-8.30pm
WedCCAProspect St Caversham12pm-2pm
The Queen’s Arms Great Knollys Street12pm-1pm
Sikh Welfare & Awareness TeamTown Hall- Friar Street7pm-8pm
Faith Christian GroupSt Mary’s Church7.30pm-8.30pm
ThurThe Queen’s ArmsGreat Knollys Street6pm-7pm
Faith Christian GroupSt Mary’s Church7.30pm-8.30pm
FriCIRDICBerkeley Avenue10am-12.30pm
Sika SivaHosier Street7pm-7.30pm
Faith Christian GroupSt Mary’s Church7.30pm-8.30pm
   
   
SatSadaka Great Knollys Street12pm-12.30pm
   
   
SunThe Queen’s ArmsGreat Knollys Street3pm-4.30pm
Sikh Welfare & Awareness TeamTown Hall- Friar Street6pm-7pm
Faith Christian GroupMarket Place (NOT on first Sunday of the month)5.30pm-6.30pm
   
   
   

List courtesy of Sabine Mayeux. Please advise of any changes. We will pass on.

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