13 Oct 2021
With what is being billed as the world’s last best chance to address the issue of runaway climate change set to take place on these shores in November under the banner of COP26, Reading UK’s Chief..
23 Sep 2021
Alex Brannen’s whistle-stop visit to Galicia in northwest Spain is the latest step in an international collaboration to build on strong cultural links between Galicia and Reading and will help..
6 Sep 2021
Like so many places, the challenges brought on by the pandemic have magnified some of the underlying structural issues facing our retail-dominated town centres. So, what does the future look like?
27 Aug 2021
Reading Festival is back this weekend - bringing some 100,000 music fans to town and an estimated £13 million into the local economy. So, is this a real sign that we might finally be getting back..
12 May 2021
1. Let’s start with the basics – people and lunch! What’s the working day without a good lunch? Reading’s street food market (Wednesdays & Fridays) is hugely popular with office workers. And if a..
27 Apr 2021
Looking after ourselves, both in mind and body has been one of the watchwords of life under lockdown. With many shops selling out of home gym equipment and people feeling bored by the same old..
21 Apr 2021
The re-opening the economy this month means we can meet up with up to 6 people or 2 households outdoors. Warmer weather and a great choice of venues in Reading will help us socialise again. Just..
15 Apr 2021
Reading's restaurants, bars and pubs have now reopened – outdoors only, of course! So, where first? Here are some of our suggestions for eating and drinking your way around Reading's top cafes,..
14 Apr 2021
Andy Briggs, Chair of Reading Central BID and General Manager of The Oracle, and Nigel Horton Baker, Executive Director of Reading UK, share views on re-opening this week and the future of Reading..