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Thursday Evening Meetings

SIGNAL holds evening meetings for members once a month, usually on the third Thursday.

Our regular evening meetings are held at a venue in Forest Hill and are a great way to meet other SIGNAL members. We often have a speaker on an autism-related topic, such as mental health, behavioural issues, education, transition, puberty etc.

In September we hold our annual ‘Meet & Greet’ which is a chance for all SIGNAL members to get together and talk, while June sees our Annual General Meeting and in December we meet in a local pub to celebrate the festive season.

Full details of upcoming meetings are published in our regular newsletter, our Facebook Page and Group, and on this website.

Upcoming Events

Dec
17
Sun
all-day Picturehouse – Autism Friendly S... @ Picturehouse
Picturehouse – Autism Friendly S... @ Picturehouse
Dec 17 all-day
Autism Friendly Screenings are film screenings especially for people on the autism spectrum, people with other learning difficulties or complex needs, as well as their families, friends and carers. More Info about the Screenings. Autism Friendly screenings
Dec
18
Mon
9:30 am Rascals – under 5s Free soft pla... @ Bellingham Leisure Centre
Rascals – under 5s Free soft pla... @ Bellingham Leisure Centre
Dec 18 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Free soft play sessions at the Adventure Play Zone (Rascals) for children with special needs Check it’s on before you go: Gary Buswell on 020 8461 2213 or gbuswellbcp@gmail.com The Bellingham Community Project provides free monthly
1:00 pm Rascals – 5 to 11 years – Free s... @ Bellingham Leisure Centre
Rascals – 5 to 11 years – Free s... @ Bellingham Leisure Centre
Dec 18 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Free soft play sessions at the Adventure Play Zone (Rascals) for children with special needs Check it’s on before you go: Gary Buswell on 020 8461 2213 or gbuswellbcp@gmail.com The Bellingham Community Project provides free monthly
Dec
28
Thu
2:00 pm SIGNAL Panto trip
SIGNAL Panto trip
Dec 28 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Details will be published in the SIGNAL winter newsletter for members.
Jan
10
Wed
8:00 pm SIGNAL Book Group for Adults @ Forest Hill
SIGNAL Book Group for Adults @ Forest Hill
Jan 10 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
We are always keen to have new members and everyone is welcome for a relaxed evening, whether or not you’ve read the book, so please get in touch! bookclub@signalfamilysupport.org
Jan
11
Thu
9:30 am SIGNAL Coffee Morning – SE23 @ Forest Hill
SIGNAL Coffee Morning – SE23 @ Forest Hill
Jan 11 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
SIGNAL holds a coffee morning once each month. These are a great way to meet other members in an informal environment to have a chat over a cuppa – and a biscuit or two! People who are not yet
Jan
15
Mon
9:30 am Rascals – under 5s Free soft pla... @ Bellingham Leisure Centre
Rascals – under 5s Free soft pla... @ Bellingham Leisure Centre
Jan 15 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
Free soft play sessions at the Adventure Play Zone (Rascals) for children with special needs Check it’s on before you go: Gary Buswell on 020 8461 2213 or gbuswellbcp@gmail.com The Bellingham Community Project provides free monthly
1:00 pm Rascals – 5 to 11 years – Free s... @ Bellingham Leisure Centre
Rascals – 5 to 11 years – Free s... @ Bellingham Leisure Centre
Jan 15 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Free soft play sessions at the Adventure Play Zone (Rascals) for children with special needs Check it’s on before you go: Gary Buswell on 020 8461 2213 or gbuswellbcp@gmail.com The Bellingham Community Project provides free monthly
Jan
18
Thu
8:00 pm SIGNAL Thursday Evening Meeting @ Forest Hill
SIGNAL Thursday Evening Meeting @ Forest Hill
Jan 18 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Dee McAlinden, Thriving with ASD At this meeting we will be welcoming Dee McAlinden, who is an adult on the autism spectrum with two children also on the spectrum. In this talk Dee will share
Jan
21
Sun
all-day Picturehouse – Autism Friendly S... @ Picturehouse
Picturehouse – Autism Friendly S... @ Picturehouse
Jan 21 all-day
Autism Friendly Screenings are film screenings especially for people on the autism spectrum, people with other learning difficulties or complex needs, as well as their families, friends and carers. More Info about the Screenings. Autism Friendly screenings