Reading charity gets well-deserved renovation 


DingleysPromiseDingley’s Promise Centre in Reading has kicked off the start of its 35th anniversary celebrations with a well-deserved refurbishment.


Based at the Kennet Walk Community Centre in Reading, Dingley’s Promise provides essential services for children with special educational needs and disabilities.


Play sessions and family support are just a couple of the massive variety of services the charity offers, in addition to developing and providing bespoke SEND training to nursery staff employed at various nurseries and organisations around the country.


Reading East MP Matt Rodda was given a guided tour of the new-look centre by chief executive Catherine McLeod MBE, who took the helm at the charity in 2015.


The organisation is seeking to maximise its footprint at the community centre in Reading and make the best use of the space available following an increase in demand on services.


A new Family Room is also planned for the very near future to enable parents to have a private space in which to chat dingleyspromise2about their needs.


Reading East MP Matt Rodda said, “I hope to work closely with Dingley’s Promise and the variety of organisations and charities which plug into their services, to help promote the joined-up approach to support which our children and families need.”


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