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Basepoint Southampton will host a breakfast bash for cash
Basepoint Southampton has joined the Big Brekkie and will host a breakfast event to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day and raise funds for Autism Wessex.Basepoint…
My Boy Jack
Gary Bailey, an avid Cherries fan, is taking part in the Onesie Walk at AFC Bournemouth to raise funds and awareness for Autism Wessex.With his family,…
Greenways - our new residential home
We are very pleased to announce that we have completed on a new residential property!'Greenways' is in Highcliffe, in Christchurch, Dorset and will become…
Turning wood, doing good.
Darren Wheeler, wood turner and sculptor from Dorset is supporting the regional charity Autism Wessex by collecting donations during Dorset Arts Week…
Williams Thompson supports Onesie Walk
Autism Wessex is delighted to announce Williams Thompson Solicitors LLP, a local law firm, will be the proud sponsor of its Onesie Walk taking place on…
Be a good egg and host a Big Brekkie!
Be a good egg! We're calling for people to support our Big Brekkie event to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day on Wednesday 2nd April 2014 and raise…
Pedal Power from the Mayor of New Milton
Autism Wessex is delighted to announce Neil Tungate, the mayor of New Milton has signed up to support the spring bike ride taking place on Sunday 16th…
Thank you Littledown Harriers
We'd like to say a huge thank you to the Littledown Harriers - a social road running club - for choosing us as one of their charities of the year.In recognition…
Abseiling an 85ft cliff at 85 years old
Trustee of Autism Wessex, Joan Dampney, is taking on an abseiling challenge to raise funds for the charity. Joan is a long term supporter of the…
Rob Mitchell, AFC Bournemouth, is afraid of heights but will freefall for 2 miles to support us!
Rob Mitchell, Commercial Director at AFC Bournemouth is taking on a skydive challenge in support of Autism Wessex. Rob is taking on a 15,000 ft…
16th March 2014
Autism Wessex Spring 33 & 60 Mile Bike Ride
Spring into action with our New Forest Ride with 2 routes/challenges!Both start and finish at Portfield School (BH23 6BP) and cover Dorset and Hampshire, including part of the New Forest.33…
Don't forget, The Lego Movie 2D is being shown in an autism-friendly screening TODAY at 15:45, Empire Cinemas Tower Park
This time next sun our bike riders will have set off on their 33 and 60 mile rides. It's not too late to sign up! http://t.co/yLKtIYZA5l
An autism-friendly screening of The Lego Movie 2D will be shown tomorrow at Empire Cinemas Tower Park Poole at 3:45pm. Enjoy the film!
Two weeks today until our onesie walk at AFC Bournemouth! Fingers crossed for this beautiful weather... http://t.co/Z5IFhLB0eo
You've seen Jo's story, now watch Fiona's video #supportworker #charity #video http://t.co/cRHgnc2Luy
We met lots of #job hunters at the Daily Echo Jobsfair yesterday! If you couldn't make it, look at our vacancies http://t.co/ux7lkK7w6l
Thank you to all our lovely #bigbrekkie supporters - we've had so many sign ups & are looking forward to seeing everyone's brekkie pics!
Have you watched our video where Jo explains why she works in support care? A must-watch right here http://t.co/HdgCLS3L2L