3rd December 5 – 8 pm @ Posh, Peterborough
We would like to invite you all to our annual Christmas Party. There will be Party food, Disco and entertainment and of course the Chocolate fountain and sweetie table!!
We need to know if you can make it… its great to see as many of you guys there as possible and you know we like to party!!
Names and ages of party
Any dietary requirements and allergy’s
Click here to go to the RSVP link or email Laura Tilley by 25th November
See You all there
For our younger members Babble Group will be having a Christmas party on 9th December, 10am to 11:30am at Happy Faces in Glinton. Please can you let us know if you and your little ones and their siblings would like to come.
Our member William Roberts is off to Paris as he is part of the DSS GB swimming team for the DSISO European Championships.
Best of luck William.
We’re going to see Gang Show at The Key Theatre on Friday 10th November. All tickets already booked should be collected from Lesley Cunnington in the foyer at 7pm please.
The gang are back with their brand new show for 2017 – made up of 99 children from the scouting community, this is a truly unique show.
Celebrating their 80th anniversary, the annual Gang Show includes a combination of comedy sketches, singing and dance routines from West End hits, pop favourites as well as other choral and solo numbers that are guaranteed to have your foot tapping and hands clapping throughout!
Drop in Sessions – during term time
-Every Tuesday Honeyhill Children’s Centre, Paston, Peterborough PE4 7DH 4.30 – 6pm
-Every Thursday Bluecoats, Green Lane, Stamford PE9 1HE 4 – 6pm
Sessions suitable for all ages, free and there’s no need to book – just turn up! Refreshments are provided and there is singing, toys and the perfect opportunity for parents and children alike to get to know each other. The perfect first introduction to the group.
Babble Group at Happy Faces, Glinton PE6 7JR
For our younger members, just come along and have fun
– Saturday 2nd Sept 10 to 11.30am
– Saturday 7th October 10 to 11.30am
Continuing the first Saturday of each month
I have decided to run The Great Eatern Run for the Peterborough Area Down’s Syndrome Group because it’s a place where young people and adults with Down’s Syndrome can meet with their friends in a fun and welcoming place. The charity regularly arranges afternoons out and arrange dance, sport and games sessions for the group.
Any money that I can raise for Peterborough Area Down’s Syndrome Group would help these brilliant and enjoyable sessions to continue.
All donations are greatly appreciated.
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