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Post date: Feb 29, 2016 2:23:20 PM

PAPWORTH TRUST-KERRY FARM

Kerry Farm’s supported breaks in the stunning Welsh countryside are tailored to your needs. Leading disability charity Papworth Trust’s unique holidays let you choose what you want to do, where you want to go and most importantly - what level of support you’d like. They can arrange for any level of personal support for your stay, just have a chat with them to find out more.

From feeding the animals and outdoor activities, to arts, crafts and cookery, the farm offers a wide variety of activities for all. Our friendly family coaches are on hand to support our guests and can give carers time off to relax. They can also arrange for your private use of a local swimming pool and bowling alley.

Our range of lodges and cottages, some of which are accessible, means we have somewhere suitable for everyone.

“Having 3 children on the autistic spectrum we thought it was totally impossible to have a holiday… until we found Kerry Farm” Clare

For more information click here to see their new brochure, and if you’d like any further information please email Rachel@papworthtrust.org.uk or call 01480 357 224 and speak to Lucy.

Dean Beadle Talk – National Autistic Society

Dean Beadle is back and giving another talk for parents, carers and professionals; this time he is focussing on Day to Day life with Asperger’s and will take place on Tuesday, 5th April at 7:00pm in Wrexham for just £5 per person.

Dean's talks are very easy to listen to very informative and funny! For further details and how to book your place, follow the link below.

Dean Beadle Event Poster

Velocity Trampolining – Autism Friendly!

Velocity Trampolining in Widnes is now hosting monthly Autism Friendly sessions for all customers with a disability play sessions cost just £9 each for 1hour and carers go in for free, it is closed to the general public at these times booking is essential.

For further information log on to their Facebook Page, or follow the link below for their poster:

Velocity Trampolining

If you come across an Autism friendly activity let us know and we can tell other families about it.

Take care

Karen