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

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


Sheffield Get-Together

Saturday 16th March 2019, 2-4pm

STC Sheffield
Nairn St
Sheffield
S10 1UL
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Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind's Community Engagement team will be attending.

For more information, or to let us know you are coming, please e-mail at chair@albinism.org.uk.


Albinism Information Day
Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland
Support by RNIB Northern Ireland

Saturday 30th March 2019 10:30am-2:30pm

NEW VENUE:

Holywell DCCP
10/14 Bishop Street
Derry
BT48 6PW
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Albinism Fellowship and RNIB NI invite you to an informal get together for people with Albinism of all ages and their families.

An opportunity to meet others and to find out more about what the Albinism Fellowship is doing in your area.

Lunch and children's activities are included and there is also a cafe space for adults to chat and relax.

To book please contact rosaleen.dempsey@albinism.org.uk or childrenyouthni@rnib.org.uk


Spring Nature Trail Meet-Up - Bromley

Sunday 28th April 2019, 10am

BEECHE,
High Elms Country Park
Shire Lane
Orpington
Bromley
BR6 7JH
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Map)

Come along to our Spring Nature Trail meet up!

The Fellowship is having a meet up for families on Sunday April 28th at High Elms Country Park near Farnborough, Kent.
We will be meeting at the BEECHE education and visitor centre at 10.00am with a ranger-led nature trail for children (including pond dipping and mini beast hunting!) starting at 10.30am for around 2 hours.
This will be followed by an opportunity for socialising and lunch.
There is a lovely cafe adjacent to the BEECHE Centre (thegreenroofcafe.co.uk), or you are welcome to bring your own picnic.
There is a part shaded and fenced off paddock area to picnic outdoors, and we will also have the use of a room in the BEECHE Centre in the event of wet weather.

There will be a small charge of £5 per participating child for the event, payable on the day.
Sturdy, closed-toe shoes must be worn for the nature trail and in the event of wet weather wellies are advisable.
There is ample parking at the site - please use the Main Car Park off of High Elms Road (sat nav coordinates N51.35238 E0.07449) and follow signs for BEECHE on foot to get to the Education Centre.

Booking is essential for this event - please contact chair@albinism.org.uk.