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The Haslams Team of Dragon Boat racers powered their way to an impressive 5th place at last weekend’s Reading Dragon Boat Festival at Thames Valley Park Riverside. Competing amongst 28 other teams, they won their first 3 races only to lose out in their aim to get to the finals. But all is not lost, […]
The charity that helps some of Reading’s most vulnerable and disadvantaged adults to turn their lives around and fulfil their potential. Following the success of our Gift Appeal last year, we are delighted to continue our commitment for another year at our offices in Friar Street. The Haslams ‘Launchpad Gift Appeal’ is to provide Launchpad […]
Whiteknights Studio Trail comes to town for an exciting exhibition with Pride of Reading award nominees Haslams. Once in a while the artists, designers and makers of the Whiteknights Studio Trail like to put on their glad rags and come to town to show their work in a central Reading location. This time we’re […]
Haslams have long been associated with supporting local sporting talent, and following on from their sponsorship of Reading Rugby Club’s Minis last year, they are delighted to announce their support and sponsorship of emerging superstar Connor Hayhow. Following selection for London Irish’s AASE scheme, (Advance Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence) over the last 2 years, Connor’s […]
Gareth Hughes, a sales negotiator at Haslams in Reading, and his friend Chris Bucksey, a landscape gardener, have raised just under £1000 for ‘Ready Emmy Walk’, part of Just4Children, by taking part in the world-renowned endurance event, The Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Race, which took place on 26th March and ended on Easter Sunday. […]
The Giant Reading letters were created by Reading UK CIC [is a public/private partnership to promote and sustain the economic development of Reading through programmes that drive its world-class economy] The team seek to promote all that’s great in Reading and members of the public were invited to adorn the letters with what they love […]
We now have a Launchpad Tree on display at the Haslams office at 159 Friar Street. To support this wonderful charity, simply pop in and collect a Launchpad Tree label – you can choose to buy for a male or female recipient and the label will tell you their age – then simply purchase a […]
“I’d like to thank everybody involved in contributing in so many different ways to the beautiful tribute to Trooper Potts VC and all the Berkshire yeomanry who gave up their lives. It was an honour to be part of the campaign to this lasting memorial to all of those who fought for our freedom” Chris […]
“We are delighted to add Walking Rugby alongside our senior 15-a-side game and the 10’s, 7’s, Tag and Touch variations that we have been enjoying for years,” says ReadingRFC’s former go-ahead chairman, player and long-time member Craig Hunter. For all of those 50+ senior men and women interested, the club are staging a free one […]
As the Rugby World Cup continues to grip the Home Nations, the Reading Rugby Business Network held their latest meeting on Wednesday October 14th to discuss the performances of the teams in the pool stages and to look forward to the knock out matches. A panel consisting of New Zealander Glenn Delaney, Head of Rugby […]
Choose between Bewley Park in Central Reading and Highlands in the sought-after village of Tilehurst, both with easy access to train stations. Call us today on 0118 960 1000 to book your appointment and find out how Bewley can help you move into your new home for Christmas. Bewley Park, Bath Road, Reading RG1 […]
Matthew Thame, a Year 9 student, was thrilled to win an iPad, courtesy of Haslams Estate Agents, after winning a competition run by the property company. The competition asked children to name the animal that was part of the Tropper Potts memorial statue. Matthew correctly guessed it was a lion and his name was drawn […]
Trooper Potts Memorial unveiling ceremony on Sunday 4th October St Edward’s boys attend event to unveil and dedicate the memorial to Trooper Fred Potts VC and Trooper Arthur Andrews who were both wounded in Gallipoli in 1915. Fredrick Owen Potts was awarded the Victoria Cross after endangering his own life to drag his wounded comrade […]
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