Reading:UK issue six published

by Marco Cillario Tue 21 June 2016, 9:50 am

The sixth issue of 3Fox International's Reading:UK magazine has been published.

As the Berkshire town celebrates a year of culture, the latest edition of the Reading regeneration magazine explores its historic and artistic heritage: from the abbey founded by King Henry I and the prison where writer Oscar Wilde spent two years to the BBC monitoring service, which played a crucial role in a number of events during the second world war and the cold war.

The magazine also reports the latest news from the property industry and updates on ongoing development projects, as well as investment opportunities in the area.

As the Berkshire town celebrates a year of culture, the latest edition of the regeneration magazine explores its historic and artistic heritage: from the abbey founded by King Henry I and the prison where writer Oscar Wilde spent two years, to the BBC monitoring service, which played a crucial role in a number of events during the second world war and the cold war. 

“Reading’s year of culture has inspired this issue,” said editor Maria Shahid. “There is a lot going on in Reading that people don’t necessarily know about and it has been a really enjoyable edition to work on. 

She expressed satisfaction with the magazine: “I think the team did a great job. We are really excited about this issue and we feel it reflects a town that has been totally transformed in the last few years.” 

To read the sixth issue of Reading:UK magazine, click here.

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