Office move marks start of new year for Autism Berkshire

Autism Berkshire will be starting 2018 with a move to a new office, close to the centre of Reading.

The charity has been based in Richfield Place, off Richfield Avenue, since 2011 but we have been given notice to leave by our landlord, so will be moving out in early January.

Our new home will be at 40 Caversham Road, which is a short walk from Reading railway station, the town centre bus stops in Friar Street and the Garrard Street and Cattle Market car parks. On-street parking is also available nearby.

We will be on the first floor of the building, but lifts are available, along with disabled toilets. There is a staffed reception desk at the building’s entrance, where visitors will be told how to get to our office.

Appointments for advice about autism and appointments for help with benefit applications and appeals will be provided at the new office, but it does not have a large meeting room.

As a result, from January our training workshops taking place in Reading will be held just across the town centre at RISC (Reading International Solidarity Centre), in London Street.

Further details of the move will follow, once we have fixed a date to make the switch.

If you have any questions about the move, please email us at or call 01189 594 594.