Out and About Reading

Reading is a town on the river Thames a largest settlements in the UK without the city status, Reading is also a university town about 25 minutes train ride to the west of London. Despite being in the capital’s orbit, Reading is an economic power base of its own, Thames valley business park at the edge of East Reading is a home to Microsoft and Oracle and many insurance companies based in Green park and IT sectors.

In the Middle Ages Reading was the site of an influential Abbey and this Abbey ruins can still be seen around the central Forbury Gardens, Reading is also a home Museum of rural history and museum of Berkshire Aviation, Basildon park, Wellington Country park and Child Beale park are few of the out door activities you can enjoy. Reading is also a home to the Oracle shopping centre which many consider it to be the Home Counties equivalent of The Dubai Mall, offering most high street designer names and wide range of Riverside restaurants catering for the most fussiest eaters.

Finally, a home to Reading Rock Festival – a famous rock music festival help in last week of August, As many as 100,000 music fans arrive at the site in Richfield Avenue every year of music and mayhem in Reading