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

Nottingham Family Event

Saturday 26th April: 2-4pm

Jesse Gray Primary School
Musters Rd
West Bridgford

Please bring a picnic. Tea, Coffee and cakes will be provided.

How to get there:

Connect Albinism Information Day
Belfast, Northern Ireland

Saturday 31st May: 11am-3pm

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

Please note: RNIB NI have recently moved offices, so please make sure you don't go to the old address on Linenhall Street.


Come and see our new RNIB premises in Gloucester Street!

Toys/games for children available on the day
Children's entertainment - arts and crafts

Lunch provided - please state any specific dietary requirements when booking

To book your place, please contact:
Rosaleen Dempsey, NI Contact Person
Tel: 02890 334116
Mobile: 07895 740993

Dublin Albinism Day & BBQ

Saturday 14th June 2013, 1pm-4pm

St. John's GAA Clubhouse/Cumann Naomh Eoin,
Grange Rd.
Dublin 16
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Getting There:

If travelling from the north on the M50 take exit 13, the Sandyford/Dundrum exit. Keep left towards Rathfarnham onto Brehonfield Rd.
If travelling from the south leave at the Sandyford exit and take the slip road towards Ballinteer. You will head towards Rathfarnham onto Brehonfield Rd.
The clubhouse will be about 2 Km on your left, a white building with a blue/navy (Dublin) & orange/black (St. John's) flag outside. The entrance is at the junction of Grange Rd. & Stonemason’s Way. There is a Lidl store across the road from clubhouse. Parking is available.
The 16 bus travels from the airport, through the city centre & passes the clubhouse. Alternatively you can get the 14 bus from the city to the terminus & walk (10mins) to the clubhouse via Stonemason’s Way.


Contributions of €6 per Adult and €4 per child towards cost of BBQ and venue will be requested on the day.

This is also an opportunity to meet others & get an update on the next Albinism Fellowship conference. There will be paper & crayons for the children. Parents are responsible for supervision of their children at all times.

Booking required by 31st May - Please Contact;
Treasa O Callaghan, Contact Person (Republic of Ireland)
Phone: 086 3789294