|DATE OF MEETING||SPEAKER AND SUBJECT|
|Thurs 17th Jan||
The Guardian "The Gene Gap Project"
Guardian (supported by Involve) would like to hear our
views on an emerging technology in biological research
- gene editing. This technology will
eventually impact everything from healthcare to
agriculture. Our thoughts
around this topic will directly inform the Guardian’s
reporting, and they eventually want to feed our
thoughts into decisions on what research to allow, what to
stop and what to be simply wary of.
email to confirm place email@example.com
Change of times - 12pm-3pm
|Thurs 21st Feb
term - no meeting
|Thurs 21st March
speaker. A chance to relax and chat.
|Thurs 18th April||
No Speaker - Easter holidays
|Thurs 16th May||Andrea (Yoga relaxation ) A time to relax and unwind.|
|Thurs 20th June||Emma Saysell
(Challenging Behaviour Foundation) Information on what
this organisation does and how it may be able to help.
|Thurs 18th July||
Picnic on Hartham Common. A chance to get some fresh air and sunshine and relax.
|Thurs 15th August||
no meeting - Summer holidays. CHIPS summer playschemes.
|Thurs 19th Sept||The Gene Gap Project. The Guardian are coming back to show us the film they have made after recording our views in January. All welcome to the viewing!|
|Thurs 17th Oct||Jo Radcliffe (Always Bee You)
Supports adults with learning disabilities to achieve their potential through innovative Social evenings, work experience and community activities bringing people together to live a better life.
|Thurs 21st Nov||Lauren Clayden (KidsEast Hub). Sleep problems and children with SEN|
|Thurs 19th Dec||TBA
Sessions also include time for parents to chat and to opt out of speakers, if wished.
Refreshments 50p – Children welcome