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Time for me: Online suppport group

Sharing our experiences, supporting one another.

We have joined forces with Happy Mums foundation CIC a non profit founded in 2015 to support mums with mental health problems to connect and share their stories.

This online Cumbria Down's syndrome support group will be on the 21st of each month from 7pm to 8pm.

You can get in touch or sign up on the Happy Mums website: Group Timetable | website (happymums.org.uk)

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Just for fun, Makaton choir

FREE to attend on Zoom.

This for fun Makaton choir gives people with Learning disabilities and others who use Makaton the opportunity to share any songs we have learned, keep Makaton fresh in our minds through use, learning together and growing in confidence.

Some people like to sing, some people like to dance. The aim of the evening is to have fun whilst using Makaton.

Clair May Minett, who happens to have Mosaic Down Syndrome runs the choir with Cristina as admin.

You can secure your place on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/141167492771

Infant Dance with Max & Mum.

Max is young Dance leader for DanceSyndrome & leads the way.

Each week Max has a theme to dance to.

Fun, friendly and relaxed sessions for younger children

Saturday's


10.45-11.15am


Where: Zoom


Cost: FREE

Sign up on the DanceSyndrome website:

https://bit.ly/DSinfants

Empowering learning-disabled individuals through inclusive dance.

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OpenMic Nights

Showcasing Ability over Disability

There has been little chance of getting out to enjoy a comedy show, music or dance during the Covid pandemic, so we thought it would be nice to get together and for YOU to showcase your talents!

 

Be it Poetry, music, dancing, comedy, magic or an art piece you would like to tell us about, we would love to see your talent!

This event is for adults so that people can have a drink & if the odd swear slips out we are not offending young ears.

This event takes place at 8pm UK time on Sat, if you are located in a different part of the world, please check what time it will be where you are so you can come along too :)

You can find more dates and FREE tickets on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/144250393811

World Down Syndrome Day

Celebrating our differences.

Disco to celebrate World Down's syndrome day.

 

As you know my son Max has Down's syndrome, we are inviting everybody to this FREE disco with the Flamingo lounge to celebrate our differences.

 

Come and Rock your socks, yellow and Blue clothes, everybody welcome to celebrate with us.

March 21st #WDSD21


06.30-07.30pm


Where: Zoom


Cost: FREE

Book your place on Eventbrite:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/138090373023

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Socially distanced picnic

Lowther Castle-Cumbria have kindly allowed us to use their outer grounds for a socially distanced picnic.  Refreshments & food is also available to buy from the grounds.

Why not join us, maybe even bring Teddy?

Lowther Castle & Gardens ask that there are no BBQ's, that we keep the grounds tidy and take away any rubbish with us. (which I'm sure we would all do anyway) 

Lowther Castle Is a truly beautiful setting and we are thrilled to be allowed to have our little get together there.  Lockdown has been long and hard with many of us shielding, it will be lovely to be able to breathe in the fresh air and say hello to one another at long last.

For anybody who would like to stay the whole day, Lowther castle has amazing grounds and a fabulous play area that you can pay to access.  It is advised that people book on the website to avoid disappointment: www.LowtherCastle.org

To get to Lowther Castle & Gardens from the A66, at Penrith, follow the A6 south for 3 miles and Follow the signs for Lowther Castle. SatNav-CA10 2HH

You Can find more directions on the Lowther Castle website: https://lowthercastle.org/visiting/directions/