Family activities and events
Festival of Friendly Film – April 2017
The Contact a Family Cymru film shows are back! They have worked with Film Hub Wales and cinemas across Wales to organise relaxed screenings in April.
These screenings are organised in a slightly different way to before, with the cinemas putting on the shows with CAF help, rather than Contact a Family running the shows with Lottery funding. This means there will be a small charge, but all the cinemas are looking forward to welcoming you and running a super relaxed show.
Many of the cinemas are also organising a lunch or snack bag after the film, so it will be a great chance to meet other families and share experiences.
Please enquire and book your seats directly with the venues on the numbers shown in the download below:
Afasic Cymru Family Day – 7 May 2017
Lots of activities for all the family including a scavenger hunt, circus skills, craft sessions and much more.
When: Sunday 7 May 2017, 10.30am – 3pm
Where: Loggerheads Country Park, Ruthin Road, Mold CH7 5LH
Find out more:
Afasic Snowdon Climb 2017
Do you fancy a challenge, whilst raising some money for Afasic?
We are organising a sponsored walk up Mount Snowdon, via the Llanberis Route, on Saturday 13 May 2017 – why not come and join us, and bring some friends?
The walk will be supported by two mountain leaders to make sure everyone stays on track and makes it up to the top and back down again.
You can register now
Sign up for the climb today and we hope to see as many people there on the day as possible. Let’s hope the sun shines!
If you have any queries or would like some more information, then please contact Clare by email or phone – 029 2046 5854.
Denbigh parent coffee mornings
We would love to see you at our Parent Support Coffee Mornings taking place in Denbigh during 2016 and 2017.
Come along for a chat and to share your experiences with other parents/carers of children and young people with autism.
Training for Boardmaker Studio is also available during these sessions. Find out more below: