Blog Tag: Social
Are you’re looking for somewhere to go, with like-minded Autistic adults?
On offer is a relaxed atmosphere so you can be yourself without judgement.
Join our social hub tomorrow, Tuesday 28th May 2019. It’s on ⌚️ 11am-3pm. – come and check it out and it’s
FREE (including lunch)!
Please mark yourself as attending on our Facebook event page.
Go our Stepping Stones 2 Friendship page for more information.Read this blog
We’re proud to announce that we’re opening a second social hub in Prestwich, at the Phoenix Youth & Community Centre.
The Prestwich hubs will be on the second Wednesday and the last Tuesday of the month from 11 am to 3 pm.
It’s a safe space for autistic adults to socialise and make new friends, so please join us and make new friends 🙂
We offer many activities, including board games, karaoke, cooking, tennis & badminton (weather permitting!). If you don’t feel like talking, that’s fine too, we’re here for you and you can take part in as many, or as few, of the activities as you’re comfortable with.
For more information about our hubs, please visit our Stepping Stones 2 Friendship page or give us a call on 07976-896351.
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We attended the Bury College’s ‘Branching Out’ networking event on 9th March at The Elizabethan Suite in Bury.
The event enabled Bury College students to meet with organisations to provide opportunities as they enter the next phase of their lives.
Here a photo from the event with Karen & Rachelle meeting with Councillor Rishi Shori who is the leader of Bury Council.
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We had a lot of fun at our Branching Out event last week in the The Elizabethan Suite! Lots of our students attended to find out what was available to them once they finished their Bury College studies. Thanks to everyone who came along! pic.twitter.com/Iwlhns20Kn
— Bury College (@Bury_College) March 15, 2018
Christmas is a time when too many people are isolated and alone, but it doesn’t have to be that way! We took part in the Great Christmas Get Together which aims to build closer communities by encouraging people to share a ‘mince pie moment’ with each other and celebrate all that they have in common.Read this blog