The Albinism Fellowship holds family events across the UK and Ireland throughout the year.
These events provide a great opportunity for people with albinism and their families to meet up and share experiences in a friendly and social atmosphere.
Details of upcoming events will be posted on this page as soon as they are confirmed.

Albinism Fellowship Events

These are events run by or in partnership with the Albinism Fellowship. At these events, AF trustees and/or contact persons will be available to provide information.

Albinism Fellowship group photo

Albinism Fellowship Events

Details of upcoming events will be posted here as soon as they're confirmed.

Connect Albinism Information Day
Belfast, Northern Ireland

Saturday 28th May 2016 11am-3pm

RNIB NI (Royal National Institute of Blind People NI)
Victoria House
15-17 Gloucester Street

Albinism Fellowship welcomes you to our Albinism Information Day in Belfast.
The day will include:

Further details to follow.

Booking required for this event - Please contact;
Rosaleen Dempsey, Contact Person (Northern Ireland)
028 9033 4116 (Direct Line)

Charity Golf Day

Jointly in Aid of Albinism Fellowship and MacMillan Cancer Support

Monday 30th May 2016

Royal Epping Golf Club, Chingford, London E4

One of our members has kindly nominated the Albinism Fellowship to be the joint beneficiary from his Captain's Golf Day tab the Royal Epping Golf Club, Chingford, London E4.
Teams of 4 are very welcome to enter, with registration and breakfast from 9.30 with Tee Off planned for approximately 11:30.
Entry fee is £25, plus £20 Green Fee. This will include Coffee and Bacon Roll plus Burger/HotDog afterwards.

Entry must be confirmed in advance - please contact for further information.

Irish Summer Get-Together

Saturday 11th June 2016 1pm-4pm

The National League of the Blind
21 Hill Street
Dublin 1

Hi to everyone from the new Irish committee!

As most of you know, after many years of dedicated work, Treasa O'Callaghan stepped down as the Irish coordinator at the end of last year. We thank her for everything she has done for the Albinism Fellowship here in Ireland and wish her well.

The new committee's first job was to organise our Summer get together this year. Unfortunately, our usual venue was not available to us this year but The National League of the Blind have kindly agreed, at short notice, to allow us use their premises.

Normally a great fun day and an opportunity for adults/parents to catch up while the children play. Light lunch/finger food etc. will be provided and it is planned to have children's entertainment to keep the little ones amused. However, in an effort to keep costs down it would be great if those attending could perhaps bring some salad accompaniments or deserts! Soft drinks/juice and of course tea/coffee will be provided as there are no bar facilities available.

€10 per family of four
€5 per individual

For the purposes of catering, please confirm attendance to by 31st May or to any member of the Irish committee known to you.

London Summer BBQ

Celebrating Albinism Awareness Day

Saturday 18th June 2016 12-4pm

RNIB Sunshine House School
33 Dene Road

Our popular Annual London Gathering returns for 2016 and will again be held at the RNIB Sunshine House School in Northwood, after we received great feedback on the venue from last year's event.

Sunshine House School


Please bring your own food to put on the BBQ and a cake or pudding to share.
We will be providing the BBQs (one for meat, one for veg and one for halal meat), buns, baps, sauces, relishes, salad, tea, coffee and squash.

Plan for the day

We will organise some entertainment for the children, time for adults to socialise and have a brief informal meeting to share the Fellowship's plans for the future.

Getting here by car

The school is within easy reach of the M25. Please note that Dene Rd is a leafy private road and doesn't look like a venue for a school.


The school has a car park and we will have signs on the entrance. If there is no space in the car park, there is parking on the road but we have been asked to remind people NOT to park over neighbour's drives or on the grass verges.

Getting here by public transport

The nearest tube station is Northwood on the Metropolitan Line. It is about a 10 minute walk from the station to the school. Please note there is a flight of 26 steps to exit the station and no lift. Turn left out of the station and left again onto Green Lane . Turn right into Dene Rd and then turn left to stay on Dene Rd. At the left turn Dene Rd becomes a private road and has no pavements. The school is on your left. Please look out for signs for the way in to the event as we will NOT be using the main entrance to the school.

How to Book

To help us plan for the correct number of people, we are asking people to book in advance for this event.
Please e-mail with number of adults and children.

Brighton Family Event

Sunday 11th September 2016

Brighton Marina, Brighton, East Sussex

Save the Date

After last year's successful event, we are pleased to announce that AF Member Emma Gosling is organising another Brighton event for September 2016.
More details will follow nearer the date.