Egg-cellent autism-friendly Easter fun in Stevenage this weekend

TRACKS Autism's centre coordinator Sara Campbell, deputy headteacher Alice Lynch, headteacher Jane W

TRACKS Autism's centre coordinator Sara Campbell, deputy headteacher Alice Lynch, headteacher Jane Wagstaff-Smith, and teaching asistants Rebecca and Claire. - Credit: Archant

Ahead of Autism Awareness Week - March 26 to April 2 - TRACKS Autism is holding an Easter event at its early years centre in Stevenage.

TRACKS Autism is an independent charity with a specialist early years centre on Boulton Road for children with an autistic spectrum condition.

Tomorrow, from 10am to 2pm, the charity will be hosting an activity day with autism-friendly Easter crafts, a showing of the film Hop in their sensory room and an Easter egg hunt where all children will receive a free gift.

The hunts will take place at 11am, 12pm and 1pm, but there is no need to book. Just turn up and join in.

While you are there, you can take a look around the centre and talk to other parents. The TRACKS staff will also be on hand to answer any questions you might have.


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Entry is £3 per child on the door and all proceeds will go to TRACKS Autism. For more about the charity, visit www.tracks-autism.org.uk

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