What does taking part in a reading group mean to you?

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What does taking part in a reading group mean to you? Share your reading group story today and be entered to win a luxury book hamper!

At The Reading Agency, we’re really keen to find out about all the great UK-wide reading group activity taking place, and we need your help.

If you are involved with a reading group for adults or young people (aged 13 and over), please help us out by completing a short survey and sharing your experiences of taking part in a reading group. Your views will shape the future of Reading Groups for Everyone so we can continue to provide useful support and exciting offers.

At the end of the survey, you can choose to be entered into a prize draw to win a luxury hamper full of book goodies for your reading group (prize offer valid UK only). The survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete.

Fill in the survey now.

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L.Prime

I read in a shared reading group as a reader leader volunteer for Thereader.org.uk I started as a member and wanted to give something back because it made me feel so much better. Confident and less anxious. I wanted to help others to feel like that and help to show reading can help you to relax and just have some me time is ok .i have grown to love my groups I run 4 different setting groups 2 mental health setting closed and 2 open for anyone to join us anytime. I love all our characters the knowledge the readers bring with them, their stories the fruit platters I put out for them, getting told off for getting the drink order wrong. My adult learners that mix with the regular public group 2 are amazing a massively diverse group but- it works
We are al like friends we are all members I just happen to take the materials along 👍 I provide all refreshments myself lots of fruit and every drink you can think of. You are most welcome to our open group if you would like to send a visitor just message me and I can arrange it with you🌈🌈

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