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Posted: 23rd January 2019

Live Aid!

Saturday was a busy day for everyone at the Sycamore Trust as staff and support workers took part in a first aid course.  The full day course covered a wide range of first aid issues and included practical activities, such as placing a casualty into the recovery position and how to administer ...

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Posted: 18th January 2019

Parental guidance

The first Parent Support Groups of 2019 were a huge sucess with almost two dozen parents attending over the two dates.  We host the parental discussion group every month at both the Aiutism Hub in Romford and the hall in our main building in Dagenham. The Romford group was so well attended ...

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Posted: 18th January 2019

Text appeal!

Did you know that you can make a donation to the Sycamore Trust UK with your mobile phone?  We've set up a text donation service so that people can support our Dare to be Different campaign. It's really easy - just text DARE19 and an amount (for example DARE19 £3) to 70070; that's all th ...

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Posted: 18th January 2019

Staff wanted!

Would you like to earn a little extra money this year? We have a brand new project starting soon and we need your help! We're looking to recruit experienced and dedicated staff for the new project funded by the Mayor of London Young Londoner's Fund to provide an evening programme of modules to ...

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Posted: 14th January 2019

Shape up!

If you'd ever considered running a marathon but think it might be a bit too far, how about a half-marathon?  Better still, how about a half marathon for charity?  Well, if this is you, now's your chance because the Havering half-marathon has been scheduled to take place this October and a ...

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Posted: 14th January 2019

Face facts!

Followers of the Sycamore Trust on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram will be familiar with the new series of images, designed to raise awareness of autism and our Dare to be Different campaigns, but if you're not a follower on social media, read on! Entitled #Autismfacts, each post is a bite sized ...

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