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Posted: 2nd April 2019

Busy Diary!

World Autism Awareness Week got off to a great start on Monday with the flag raising at Barking Town Hall, but it wasn't the only activity on Monday as we also sent the Autism Ambassadors to Henry Green Primary School for a presentation and there was no let up on Tuesday as we were once again 'out ...

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Posted: 1st April 2019

Flag happy!

World Autism Awareness Week got off to the best possible start with a terrific flag raising ceremony at Barking Town Hall today.  Clear blue skies greeted the large crowd that attended as Sycamore's Steve Dixon introduced the gathering, followed by the leader of Barking & Dagenham council, ...

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Posted: 25th March 2019

What will you be wearing?

World Autism Awareness Week is almost upon us - what will you be wearing for Dare to be Different day? Next week is our chance to be in the spotlight, and we fully intend to make sure that we are out and about all over Havering, Redbridge and Barking & Dagenham promoting not only autism awar ...

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Posted: 25th March 2019

Consultation period open

The Government are launching a consultation on the new National Autism Strategy. It closes in the middle of May 2019. Click here for detauils and to have your say.  The more people who respond, the better! https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/review-of-the-national-autism-strateg ...

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Posted: 22nd March 2019

Square Dance!

Our series of autism facts is continuing on social media as we get ever closer to World Autism Awareness Week. Regular followers of the Sycamore Trust UK will be familiar with the images which have popped up regularly on our various timelines since the turn of the year.  The idea behind the ...

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Posted: 21st March 2019

There's still time!

  April is set to be a busy month here at the Sycamore Trust UK. We have World Autism Awareness Week and of course, our Dare to be Different day on April 5th.   It's a big month as well for two of our friends, who are going above and beyond the call of duty in their attempts to rais ...

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