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Posted: 27th November 2019

Christmas comes early!

Our friends at Mullis & Peake in Romford held a fantastic Winter Wonderland fundraiser yesterday and raised over £500 for the Sycamore Trust.  Mullis & Peake nomintade us as their charity partner for 2019/2020 and have been fund raising throughout the year and this was perhaps th ...

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Posted: 27th November 2019

Would you like to work for the Sycamore Trust?

We're always looking for great people to join our team.  Right now, we are looking to recruit expereinecd staff to facilitate our new youth group supporting young people with Autism to develop social skills and to live independently. Experience of living or working with Autism and/or ...

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Posted: 20th November 2019

Santa Claus is coming to town!!

Santa Claus is on his way!  Yes, we know it's November and his elves are still wrapping presents for the big day, but he's taken some time out of his busy schedule to pop down to the Autism Hub at the Liberty Centre in Romford. Every Wenesday at 4pm from now until Christmas, Santa will ...

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Posted: 18th November 2019

Flag day!

A group of young people, accompanied by Sycamore Trust staff and volunteers attended the EFL League Two clash between Leyton Orient and Scunthorpe United last Saturday at the Breyer Group Stadium. Our youngsters were able to use the Diversity Room at Leyton Orient before the game, which is set a ...

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Posted: 13th November 2019

Sensory Santa at the Autism Hub!

The Sensory Room at the Autism Hub in Romford's Liberty Shopping Centre will become Santa's Grotto in the run up to Christmas, but it's not just an ordinary Santa! We will welcome a Sensory Santa to ensure an inclusive festive experience, in support of the Purple Tuesday initiative. Between 20th ...

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Posted: 11th November 2019

Skye's the limit!

We received a wonderful visit from a local schoolgirl and her family on Monday afternoon.  Pupils from Emerson Park Academy in Hornchurch were asked to nominate a local charity to help raise funds for, and thirteen year old Skye James decided to choose the Sycamore Trust. Skye has a younger ...

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