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The Ainsdale Show 2016

The Ainsdale Show, what a day!! Terrible winds, we struggled putting up the gazebo, but with the help of Graham and Les (the show volunteers) we had it all sorted for the start of the days activities.

We had a great day, all the tombola and lucky dip prizes went, we met a lot of lovely people.

At the end of of the day, when packing up, the wind sent a final message, whipped up our gazebo, twisted it and sadly it is no more. Fundraising for a new one next year.

Looking forward to Ainsdale show 2017

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The Autism Show 2016

Great day networking at the Autism Show!

A big thank you to Mark our radio anchor man who did an excellent job interviewing for Stepping Stones Across The Airwaves!

Mark interviewing David Unger who did a talk in theatre 1, on the pros and cons of Aspergers and Tourettes. We also met him At the picnic in the park event.

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Autistic Pride Picnic in the Park

We went today to the Whitworth Park, for the Autistic Pride Picnic in the park.

It was a lovely day meeting and chatting, making new friends from around the north west. sadly the British weather prevailed and the rain came at 3pm, but a great day.

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Bury Lions Carnival 2016

We had our stall at the Bury Lions Carnival today, it was a pity about the weather, raining most of the day. The stall holders and the Carnival parade spend a lot of time preparing, but the rain did not dampen our spirits.

On the bright side we had the opportunity to meet the Mayor, we even exchanged twitter addresses.

Carly had a great reception singing. We had a good day networking. Looking forward next year.

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Third Social Hub Opens in Prestwich

EXCITING NEWS, we opened up our third Stepping Stones 2 Friendship social hub today, at the Phoenix Centre, Prestwich.

The hub will be held on the second Wednesday of each month.

It will be from 11.30am to 3.00pm

We are so pleased, as this is our fist daytime hub, it is a great space, as well as the usual it has a pool table, table tennis. football game and much more. the Phoenix Centre has the space to allow us to expand. It also has a quiet room, if time out is needed.

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