Calling all carers and parents. Walk and talk on Monday 5th November at West Bay at 1.30pm. Meet on the green. (I feel a pasty moment coming on 😋)
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Tree Tops Triumph
They faced their fears and made leaps of faith Fantastic afternoon out at The Tunnel Tree Tops Thanks once again to The National Lottery Community Fund
Soggy Smiles at Hooke Court
The rain didn’t dampen the spirits of the group or the fabulous staff at Hooke Court. We searched the woods for mythical creatures, started fires, baked bread and ate sausages all with soggy smiles. A big thank you to the kids that took part and made us smile with their enthusiasm, Bryn, Anwen, Felix, Xander,Continue reading “Soggy Smiles at Hooke Court”
“SHUT UP AND LISTEN”
On Saturday 7th November all members of the ASD group are invited to an informal recording session at the GLOW Studio, Bridport.
The Tunnel Tree Tops
The teens group will be testing their nerve at The Tunnel Tree Tops high rope course on Tuesday 27th. Only 10 places available for climbers so sign up quick.
Hooke Court Visit
October 24th 2020 we will be spending the afternoon from 2pm at Hooke Court near Beaminster. There will be activities for the teens/children ages 7 and over alongside refreshments for the carers. The event will be funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.
The National Lottery Community Fund
We are so proud to announce that we have received funding from The National Lottery Community Fund. Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by the National Lottery Community Fund will help us to continue the group during this difficult time. Thanks to the Government for making this possible. #CommunitiesCan
Forest School 24th August
Forest School tonight at 6.30pm at Allington Hill gate on Hospital Lane. Teens and Carers. We will be practicing fire lighting skills, and we can toast marshmallows on whittled sticks. Please remember sensible shoes and long trousers to protect skin. Looking forward to it. See you later
The group was originally founded by two mothers with ASD children who realised there was little support within the rural setting of West Dorset for families with ASD and/or social anxiety. From a small idea the group now has 75 members that have signed up. What do we provide? We provide a safe environment forContinue reading “About Us”