Berkshire news Fun days, festivals and other things around Reading this weekend PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - There a number of cheap and free days out this weekend
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! It is officially summer - which means time for fun days out in the sun, eating lots of ice cream and enjoying the outdoors while it's warm. There is always plenty to do when the sun is shining as people enjoy the warmth of the summer weather. Even when it is pouring down with rain, at least you are not getting too cold from a winter chill. Weekends are the best time to go out and about as the kids are off school, you're probably not at work and fantastic events are on. From festivals to open days, each event provides a fun-filled day full of activities and food - we really can't complain. Luckily, Reading and surrounding areas of Berkshire have a vast array of things to do each weekend providing a great way to spend your time. READ MORE: Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown Findlay's quiet life in a Berkshire village dear to her heart The weekend ahead on Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26, it is particularly full of incredible activities so make sure to choose wisely. Here is a selection of things you can attend this weekend: Reading Buses Open Day An old Reading Bus on display at the company's opening day (Image: Get Reading) Opening times: Great Knollys Street, Reading, RG1 7 Address: Sunday, June 26 - 11am to 4pm Entry fee: Free to attend - some stalls will accept card but most stalls will be cash only Parking: A free shuttle bus will be running between the depot and Reading town centre, unclear if there is parking onsite After being cancelled for the last two years due to the pandemic, the 2022 open day 'will be bigger and better than ever'. The day will be filled with open bus tours, behind the scenes of the control room and workshop, and plenty of food, including a BBQ, cakes and ice cream. Hurst Country Fair and Show Opening times: Saturday, June 25 - 10am to 5pm | Sunday, June 26 - 10am to 4pm Address: Hurst Village Halls, School Rd, Hurst, Reading, RG10 0DR Entry fee: Online - £5 for one day, £7.
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. The show will include an array of events and attractions such as a dog show, classic vehicles and craft stalls, all in the name of charity. East Reading Festival
Performers at East Reading Festival
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Opening times: Sunday, June 26 - 12pm to 6pm Address: Palmer Park, Wokingham Road, Reading, RG6 1LF Entry fee: Free entry Parking: Limited parking onsite, organisers recommend walking or taking the bus (number 17 stops outside Palmer Park on Wokingham Road, number 13 and number 14 stop outside of Palmer Park on London Road) East Reading Festival is a community-focused festival that runs every year on a Sunday in late June. The event sees a music stage, a spoken-word/poetry stage, a funfair, plenty of food and various stalls. Dr B's Bike Show Opening times: Sunday, June 26 - 10am to 4pm (judging from 1pm) Address: High Close School, Wiltshire Road, Wokingham, RG40 1TT Entry fee: £3 to enter and entry forms will be available on the door Parking: Bike parking on site - Car parking in Town Centre Bikes in all colours, shapes and sizes will be shown off at the show as they are judged in different categories. The classes include: Best under 250cc, Best Brit, Best V Twin, Best Jap, Best Custom, Best Engineering, Best Streetfighter, Best Paintwork & Brightwork, Best Club Stand, Best Oddball, Best Show and lot's more. BBQ food and drinks will also be available.
Dr B's Classic Bike Show is back
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Thatcham Family Fun Day Opening times: Sunday, June 26 - 11am to 4pm Address: Henwick Worthy Sports Ground, 11 Calard Dr, Thatcham, RG18 3BU Entry fee: Free entry Parking: Organisers ask visitors to park at the nearby Community Hospital car park There are so many things to do from a fancy dress competition, a classic car show, giant inflatables, dog show, child-friendly petting farm and so much more. Over 50 community stalls will be on display and there will also be a picnic area with tasty street style food on offer. Read next: Top 5 National Rail deals perfect for all the family this summer including Legoland Coved beach two hours from Reading next door to iconic landmark The idyllic Berkshire walk that ends with a cold pint in an independent pub
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