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Posted: 9th July 2018

New club for young adults in Romford

Our new Thursday evening club got off to a great start last week with half a dozen new members at the Autism Hub in Romford. The new Peer Support Group is designed for young adults from 18 and over in the London Borough of Havering to meet other young people on the spectrum and chat about ...

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Posted: 9th July 2018

Ambassadors in Barking visit

The Sycamore Trust UK Autism Ambassadors were in Barking on 9th July to visit the Excel Women’s Centre. The ambassadors were invited to give an autism awareness presentation to a group of 18 women from a range of diverse backgrounds who either have children with autism, or who wanted to ...

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Activities galore at Stubbers week!
Posted: 28th June 2018

Stubbers week fast approaching!

The countdown is on to Stubbers week and there are only a handful of places left available. The Stubbers outdoor activity week is one of the highlights of the year at the Sycamore Trust UK and as usual, places are filling up fast, however we do have a few spots still available on certain days ...

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Posted: 26th June 2018

Gold Standard!

Here at Sycamore Trust UK, we're always looking to acknowledge good work done in the wider community to raise awareness of autism and how to become more autism aware. With this in mind we were delighted to award Beal High School one of our gold certificates, to acknowldege their work in raising ...

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Posted: 26th June 2018

Generous donation

At Sycamore Trust UK, we're always grateful to receive donations, no matter how large or small, from members of the public or from local business. We were saddened to hear of the recent passing of one of our adult LD members, Marion Needham, who used to attend our Friday Club. With that in mind, ...

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The SWAP team; Cheryl, Ann Marie & Lynn
Posted: 21st June 2018

New project under way

Preparations are well under way for the new Speak With A Picture programme that launches at the end of the summer.   SWAP has been supported by BBC Children In Need and replaces the Way2Say project that came to an end in March 2018. SWAP is a parent training programme designed specif ...

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