You are invited to join the next H2H event ' Dream.Share.Enjoy' on Friday July 7th from 11.00am - 4.30 pm at Ham House, near Richmond.
Join a team, choose and share activities:
- Explore the beautiful house and gardens
- Experience ‘story telling’ & ‘sensory’ walk with our Master Story teller Eli from Story Aid
- Create ‘Dream Catcher’ art with Ken Yahw McCalla
- Experience the magic of Greek Puppetry
- Try yoga, baking, knitting and much more !!
Student nurses from Kingston University will be there to greet you and share the experience .
The event is free to attend; all refreshments are provided and extra support during the day.
Contact Robert Reilly on 020 8546 9603 or email@example.com to book your place.
If you need help with paperwork for your Direct Payment (or Personal Budget), support or advice on welfare benefits or just general information on services available to you or a family member, you are welcome to come and see us during our drop-in session on:
THURSDAY 1st JUNE - 11am - 3pm
at KCIL's office
River Reach, 31-35 High Street, Kingston upon Thames KT1 1LF
For more information or to register your interest, contact Joanna Aleksy on 0208 481 1442 or firstname.lastname@example.org
General Election 2017 - Kingston and Surbiton Hustings
Express CIC invite you to join us for Kingston and Surbiton Hustings on:
Thursday 18th May
7.30pm to 9.30pm
Surbiton Hill Methodist Church
An opportunity for you to meet and ask questions of your prospective parliamentary candidates.
James Berry (Con)
Ed Davey (Lib Dem)
Laurie South (Labour)
Chris Walker (Green Party)
Graham Matthews (UKIP)
There will a roaming microphone on the night or if you would prefer you can submit your question to be read by the chair for the evening - email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a lively evening!
Join us, take part, make sure your voice is heard! Ask about SEND, Carers, Disablity, Mental Health, Social Care, School Funding .
Express CIC - 'creating a hub in the heart of the community, supporting young people with autism and their families, a place for everyone'