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Emma with the winning ticket
Posted: 15th December 2020

We have a winner!

With ten days to go until the big day, we thought it was high time we drew our winner in this year's Christmas raffle.  We had some wonderful prizes on offer, including a voucher for a trip to St Paul's Cathedral, a voucher for a family day out at Kidspace, membership of Romfored snooker cluyb ...

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Posted: 10th December 2020

Two new trustees!

We were delighted to announce the appointment of two new trustees at the virtual AGM in November. Christine Burke and Harsharan Landa were officially welcomed to our Board of Trustees at the recent AGM and both have already made a big contribution, having been involved throughout the year. Harsh ...

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Posted: 8th December 2020

Play your cards right!

Teenager Alex Hill was celebrating today after winning first prize in the Mullis & Peake Christmas card competition.  Our friends at M&P in Romford invited young people from various charities in the area to submit designs for their company Christmas card and they chose Alex's design. ...

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Posted: 8th December 2020

Tickets, please!

There's still time to get your raffle tickets for our 2020 Christmas raffle and we can announce another smashing prize - we have a gift voucher for Stubbers Adventure Centre worth over £50 to enjoy a day out at Stubbers. Members and friends of the Sycamore Trust U.K. know just how much we ...

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Posted: 4th December 2020

Star of the small screen!

It was the International Day for People with Disability yesterday and as you might expect, the Sycamore Trust Autism Ambassadors were involved in the day's event provided by IDDP Barking & Dagenham.  It was a virtual event this year, so the boys provided their contribution via video link a ...

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Posted: 27th November 2020

Coronavirus update; Friday 27th November 2020

Following the announcement of the latest government Covid-19 guidance yesterday, we will continue to operate our services on a virtual basis until the New Year. As infection rates in our area remain stubbornly high, the Autism Hub in Romford will remain closed until after Christmas and the offices ...

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