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STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER CINEWORLD EVENT     If you’re thinking of seeing the latest Star Wars film then Sunday 22nd December would be the perfect day to do it! Team All Stars will be celebrating the release of  The Rise of Skywalker in our own unique way at Cineworld in Crawley that

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JOIN US TO CELEBRATE THE RELEASE OF FROZEN TWO!   We’ll be marking the release of Disney’s Frozen 2 with the help of our beautiful princesses at Cineworld in Crawley on Sunday 24th November. Come and join us from 10am for selfies in exchange for a small donation in our buckets. We’ll also have our

We’ll be holding another Autism Friendly Film Club screening at the Harlequin Theatre & Cinema, Redhill on Wednesday 6th November. The film starts at 10:30 am and this time it’s A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon. What is Farmageddon? When an alien with amazing powers crash-lands near Mossy Bottom Farm, Shaun the Sheep goes on

November’s Film Club Screening is A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon!     We’ll be holding our monthly Autism Friendly Film Club at 11am on Sunday 3rd November at Cineworld in Crawley and the film is going to be A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon. You can watch a trailer for the film here: FILM

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MEET DUMBLEDORE & BELLATRIX AT THE BELFRY Join us at the Belfry, Redhill on Saturday 2nd November where you can enjoy all kinds of Halloween fun including meeting our incredible Dumbledore and Bellatrix.     They’ll both be very happy to pose for selfies with you in exchange for a small donation in our buckets,

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Regardless of their age or ability, it’s my belief that ‘Home’ should be every child’s soft place to fall in the world: somewhere they can lower their barriers, remove their masks and know for certain they’ll be accepted exactly as they are. If your child is on the autism spectrum, this is doubly important. It

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WACKY KINGDOM OPENING DAY     Join us at the Belfry, Redhill on Saturday 17th August as two of our beautiful princesses and our ever-popular Pikachu celebrate the opening of the Wacky Kingdom soft play area. They’ll be very happy to pose for selfies with you in exchange for a small donation in our buckets,

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WE’VE JOINED THE GIVING LOTTERY!   You, your friends, your work colleagues, your school, your family…anyone can help us continue raising awareness and self-esteem simply by raising us some funds, and there’s a brand new way launching today…   If you want better odds than both the National Lottery and the Health Lottery, then joining

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THANOS & THE AVENGERS COME TO THE BELFRY     Join us at the Belfry, Redhill on Saturday 3rd August for a chance to meet our incredible eight foot tall Thanos and the amazing Avengers. They’ll all be very happy to pose for selfies with you in exchange for a small donation in our buckets,

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JOIN US TO CELEBRATE THE RELEASE OF THE LATEST SPIDER-MAN FILM!   We’ll be marking the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home with the help of our very own Spidey at Cineworld in Crawley on Saturday 6th July. Come and join us from 10am for selfies in exchange for a small donation in our buckets.

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JOIN PIKACHU AT THE COMIC SHOP IN CRAWLEY HIGH STREET     We’re delighted to be working with The Comic Shop in Crawley again on Saturday 22nd June to help them celebrate their birthday weekend.   It’s a fascinating place with its own coffee shop and retro arcade, plus a vast array of comics and

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AVENGERS MINI-FIGURE RAFFLE!     Buy some tickets for your chance to win this incredible set of SIXTEEN MINI-FIGURES.   They come unassembled in a bag, with a picture to guide you while you put them together. I put these together myself with no previous experience, so they’re very easy to make up. There are

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JOIN US AS WE RETURN TO THE COMIC SHOP IN CRAWLEY HIGH STREET     More characters just announced…     We’re delighted to be working with The Comic Shop in Crawley again on Saturday 1st June as we had such a great time at their re-launch event. It’s a fascinating place with its own

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Today I’m shining a light on a truly inspirational club, aptly named ‘Inspiration Drum Line’. It’s a drumming group for children with additional needs, founded in 2016 by the unstoppable Nev Latimer, his wife Iris and their son Luke. They’re based at Cedars Academy in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear – a specialist school for pupils

Aspergers, autism, Autism All Stars, autism awareness, characters, charity, The Comic Shop, cosplay, diversity, events, sussex, crawley, west sussex, Pokemon, Pikachu

JOIN US FOR A CELEBRATION OF THE NEW PIKACHU MOVIE!     We’ll be marking the release of Detective Pikachu with the help of our very own electric Pokemon at Cineworld in Crawley on Saturday 11th May. Come and join us from 10am for selfies in exchange for a small donation in our buckets. We’ll

JOIN US FOR A CELEBRATION MARVEL’S AVENGERS!     We’ll be marking the release of Avengers Endgame with the help of our very own superheroes at Cineworld in Crawley on Saturday 27th April. Come and join us from 11am for selfies in exchange for a small donation in our buckets. We’ll also have our stall

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I’m so glad you’ve decided to buy a copy of my book ‘Autism, Asperger’s, Anarchy: The Ringmaster’s Tale’. I’m sure you’ll find it incredibly helpful whether you already have experience of autism or you’re totally new to the whole thing. In a nutshell it’s the book I wish someone had given me when my eldest

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  Let me point out right away that laughing about something (autism included) is definitely not the same as laughing at it. Laughing at someone because they’re different and may be struggling with things other people find straightforward is cruel, unnecessary and, in my opinion, downright repulsive. We’ve all met bullies in our time who

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