Events

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

South London Family Get-Together

Thursday 30th October 2014, 11.15pm onwards

Greenwich Maritime Museum
Park Row
Greenwich
London
SE10 9NF
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AF Trustee, Roselle Potts, is organising a small South London based family AF get together on Thursday 30 October.
The plan is to meet at 11.15 at the main entrance to the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich and go to a free lantern making family workshop which is advertised as suitable for all ages and accessible for blind and partially sighted visitors.
Afterwards we can get lunch in a cafe and go to the park if the weather is kind.

If you would like to come along, please e-mail Roselle at roselle.potts@albinism.org.uk so she knowws to expect you.


Albinism Family Day & Annual General Meeting

Saturday 22nd November 2014
1pm-4pm

Jesse Gray Primary School
Musters Rd
West Bridgford
Nottingham
NG2 7DD

The Albinism Fellowship Annual General Meeting will be held alongside a family event. More details to follow.

How to get there:


Children's Christmas Party

Saturday 13th December 2014
2-4:30pm

Caversham Heights Methodist Church Hall
74 Highmoor Road
Caversham Heights
Reading
RG4 7BG
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Map)

Children's entertainment Bertie Slippers. and meet Sizzles the Dragon

Party food for children

We hope Santa will be able to pay us a visit!

Adult members welcome

Seasonal refreshments for adults

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Everyone welcome, especially new members.

The venue is a short taxi ride from Reading railway station, or you can catch Reading bus numbers 22 and 24 towards Caversham and alighting in Caversham Heights near Highmoor Road.

Please note: You must book for this event. Late bookings cannot be accommodated.

Please email ljstacey@ntlworld.com by Sunday 23rd November with your name and the number of adults and children in your group, along with the name and age of each of the children.
Any queries please phone Lorna on 07919 033 853. Thanks!

There is no charge but donations will be appreciated.

How to get there:

Car - Click for map.
Train: Reading station has direct services from London Paddington, Basingstoke, Guildford, Bristol, South Wales, the Midlands and the North/
Bus: Reading Buses No. 22 from Reading Station North Terminus (Platform 15/Caversham side of the station).
Taxi: approx 10 mins from outside railway station.