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Join us for Autism Berkshire’s AGM and to hear from autistic speaker Richard Maguire

Autism Berkshire’s 2018 AGM will be held at 7pm on Monday, November 26, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel at Caversham Bridge in Reading. A highlight of the event will be a talk by autistic speaker and trainer Richard Maguire, pictured above, which will also be open to people who are not Autism Berkshire members. The
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AGM hears positive messages about Autism Berkshire’s services and finances

Autism Berkshire members heard last night at its AGM that the charity had “a very positive message”, amid a challenging time for the voluntary sector. Speaking at the meeting, held at Battle Library in Reading, the chair of trustees, Ewan Duncan, said that the reduction in public sector funding and grants posed a “constant daily
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Join us for Autism Berkshire’s AGM and Harry Potter exhibition display and talk

Autism Berkshire’s AGM takes place at Battle Library in Reading this Thursday. As well as conducting the formal business of the annual general meeting, including the election of trustees, the event will provide an opportunity to see display panels from the British Library’s current Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition, and to watch a screening
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Autism Berkshire AGM features Harry Potter exhibition panels and talk

Autism Berkshire’s annual general meeting will be held at Battle Library in Reading on the evening of Thursday, January 25, 2018. As well as conducting formal AGM business, including the election of trustees, the event will provide an opportunity to see display panels from the British Museum’s current Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition,
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Autism Berkshire’s AGM looks to the future

Autism Berkshire’s 2016 annual general meeting heard a number of suggestions for possible new support services. Among them was a proposal to develop a scheme to help autistic adults into employment, including developing relationships with local employers. Other ideas included more help for children who are less verbal, such as music therapy, sports activities and
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