Thank you to all who attended our SPOT day last week, we hope you found it informative and helpful. For anyone wishing to see the information shown again or for anyone who couldn’t attend here is some of the information.
PDSAG Oct 19 parenthandouttraining
We received a very generous grant of £5000 for babies and toddlers from Cambridgeshire Community Foundation for speech, language and occupational therapy. Anyone who is not involved and would like to be please contact Laura K or Maggie.
Honeyhill starts back on Tuesday 10th September and we have OUTSPOKEN cycle training for 5 weeks. They will teach balance skills and develop confidence. Places are limited so please contact Maggie by September 3. Children will need to bring their own bike.
Chris completed 100 windy miles around Cambridgeshire yesterday and with gift aid has raised over £3000 for T21. Thank you to everyone who donated and Chris’ sponsorship page is still open https://www.everyclick.com/tourofcambridge
Well done and thank you Chris!
Our summer newsletter was emailed to members last week. If you haven’t received a copy please let Laura T or Maggie know and we’ll get a copy to you and make sure you’re on the list for next time.
Maggie’s son Chris is doing a sponsored bike ride round Cambridgeshire, ToC100 is a 100 mile, fully closed sportive, which will see 12,000 riders take to the roads in and around Cambridgeshire on Sunday 2nd June 2019. For details of how to sponsor Chris please click here
Two of our trustees are bravely taking part in the Rat Race at Burghley, Laura Tilley and Miranda Rock are limbering up in preparation for the big day. The funds raised will be used to help fund our exciting new project T21, please see the website for more details and hopefully you can share this with friends and family.
It’s been a busy year since our last one…..
PADSG Annual General Meeting
with fish and chip supper
7:30pm Tuesday 7th May 2019
@ Honeyhill Children’s Centre
As always our AGM is open to all members and we would love as many members to attend as possible to show your support and so you can hear about all that we have done and plan to do as a group. Louise Ravenscroft from Family Voice will give a talk too.
We’re hoping that we might have some new trustees this year, please give it some thought, and if you’re interested get in touch.
Please can you let Laura Tilley know that you’ll be attending and whether you’d like fishcake and chips or battered sausage and chips.
As you will be aware we are working towards creating a cafe for young adults with Downs Syndrome to gain work experience, learning opportunities and interact with the local community. We will share updates on this project soon.
Meanwhile, one of our fundraising events to help this project has been taken on by a team of willing volunteers who will be competing in The Rat Race 2019 at Burghley House. This event is a 13 mile race with over 200 obstacles to overcome on the way round. Miranda Rock one of our trustees is running and for further details on the event and how to sponsor our team please view our Running for T21 page
Our newsletter was emailed out yesterday afternoon (8/2/19) full of details of what we’ve been up to and what is coming up. If you haven’t received a copy and we have your email address please check your junk or trash folders. If there isn’t a copy there please send us a message via facebook or Maggie or Laura and we’ll help you.
A copy of the email can be seen here