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The Trooper Potts - The new Reading restaurant with a meaningful name

The Trooper Potts, a new Hungry Horse pub on Basingstoke Road in Reading, will open its doors to all for the first time on March 21; which just so happens to be World Down Syndrome day, a day in which we reflect on how awesome Kyd's extra Chromosome is. Perfect timing for our annual celebration meal out.

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5 Random Facts About Reading, Berkshire

My life in Reading is very small, I stay in the same areas and know what I know about the place and never really look beyond the obvious. This upsets me, so last November I decided that I would do a post a month about where I live and research the place a bit more.  Education is key to a happy life and I want to learn more about my own backyard. So here are 5 facts I learnt about Reading this month... apologies, they are a bit random.

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11 Things To Do In Reading, UK This Christmas

Now that the lights have been switched on officially with a bang by the Oracle and The Broad Street Mall, my home town of Reading can now officially say it is in Christmas mode. With one of the largest displays of Christmas street lights in the South of England the lights alone are a reason to visit Reading town centre this year but what else can you do whilst you are here...

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Dinton Pastures - The Best Place in Reading for Puddle Jumping this Winter

Today we took #LeonardTheDog out for a long awaited trip to his favourite place, Dinton Pastures. Dinton Pastures Country Park was opened to the public in 1979 and was previously farmland. After 14 years of gravel extractation surrounding the original High Chimneys farm building, now the Dragonfly Café, today the Park is enjoyed by several hundred thousand visitors annually and is a haven for wildlife.

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