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  • Wrightchoice Sports Academy
    Wrightchoice Sports Academy
  • The Mural is in its 25th year
    The Mural is in its 25th year
  • BAFA
Barbados and Friends Association
    BAFA Barbados and Friends Association
  • Every 2ns Saturday of the month this group meet at YMCA at 2pm for more details contact Reading Caribbean Express
    Every 2ns Saturday of the month this group meet at YMCA at 2pm for more details contact Reading Caribbean Express
 
 

Reading Caribbean Express started its pre-launch on December 10th 2013 which turned out to be a memorable day for people all over the world regardless of colour, creed or faith. 


Nelson Mandela died on December 5, 2013, in Johannesburg, South Africa where his memorial took place on the December 10th 2014 which is being remembered as Madiba's memorial service so we will not forget that day in hurry particularly as that was the day Reading Caribbean Express started its introduction visits in West Reading, perhaps that was a clear blessing and confirmation to continue the work that had been started on Reading Caribbean Express.  

 

Reading Caribbean Express started their introductory visits in December 2013/2014to ;


  • The: Oxford Road (West Reading),
  •  Town Centre (Reading),
  •  Whitley (South)
  • Cemetery Junction

Reading Caribbean Express will continue in 2015 to complete and finish its 'introductory visits'. It has taken a while for the editor to circulate, research and run online social sites. In addition to ongoing seeking costs and funding.


Throughout, the editor has found the visits most enjoyable and has proven that there is a need for a 'local Caribbean newspaper.


The ‘introductory visits' so far has been a great success according to its potential Caribbean readers. To quote there are many who would like to see a definite need,in bringing together unity within Reading Caribbean Community'. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Reading Caribbean Online Editions 

 
 

  • To provide a reinforced ‘unity’ within the West Indian community by providing good role models for our young people.


  • To be good neighbours within the community of Reading


  • To provide an awareness of health ensuring that the correct information is made available to help and support them.


  • To promote and encourage the many local young and upcoming businesses.


  • To promote and highlight all Arts and Culture events within Reading Caribbean Express.


  • To highlight the established Caribbean businesses that has been providing a great service in Reading for many years.