Thursday, 9 September 2010

King's Meadow Baths At Heritage Open Day

King's Meadow Baths on Napier Road, Reading will be open for public viewing from
11-4pm This Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

The campaign committee are very keen that as many people pass to visit as possible. 'We would like to clock up the most visitors of any venue open within this Reading event.'

Reading Borough Council missed us out of their plush booklet and we are having to make up for it now.

KMC wants to save those Baths for you and future generations. PLEASE SUPPORT!

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS Sunday 12 September Venues across Reading
Explore Reading as a whole host of buildings open their doors to you to mark
this year's Heritage Open Days. There are also a variety of drop in sessions, walks, talks and tours to choose from.

Call into the Hindu Temple, knit candles at Jacksons, attend a talk about the Father Willis Organ at the Town Hall, catch a glimpse of the Kings Meadow Swimming Baths, see RISC's edible roof garden or visit the Royal Berkshire Medical Museum.

For a full programme of events and activities visit RBC website or pick up a guide at council venues.



Adrian - you#ve just got to see this:-


Sorry Adrian I didn't realise that you'd been on the case for some time until I waded through the comments on their website.

Adrian Windisch said...

Yes I am well aware of HARM, they claim to be pro remnewables but act like nimbys.