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BAS4Life Sunday Socials are casual get togethers for autism families with children of all ages. We'll serve a breakfast of bacon rolls and pastries, tea, coffee, juice and milk. Then we'll have a relaxed performance for everyone to enjoy. We'll have lots of toys (including a lot of Lego!) for our kids, too. Our Lending Library will also be on hand to to peruse and borrow from.
On March 29th, circus performer Iris West will be hula hooping for us, and then she will do a workshop to show you and your child/ren how to do it, too! See Iris's fab video here: Iris West Hula Hoops!
Please come along to this great family event!
Entry is £5 for adults (16 and over) and £2 for children. This covers our costs for room hire, food and payment for our guest performers.
Redcatch Community Centre is entirely disabled-accessible. On-street parking is available, and there is a small car park in Redcatch Park. This is a secure venue; we lock the entry gate to ensure that no one can 'escape'.
In Redcatch Road, Knowle in South Bristol just 1 minute from A37 Wells Road about 5 minutes from Temple Meads Rail Station.
No 2 bus from city centre to Wells Road, 511 to Redcatch Road outside the centre from Brislington and Bedminster. To plan your bus journey, use the planner on the left hand side of this page: http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/bristol_bath/journey_planning/timetables/index.php?operator=3&page=1&redirect=no
Close to Broadwalk Shopping Centre, Wells Road, where there is an a free multi-storey car park close to the community centre. On street parking usually available in Redcatch Road.
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Bristol Autism Support
We are the premier support and information provider for parents and carers of children affected by autism in and around Bristol.