World Autism Awareness Day - Chelmsford Museum

World Autism Awareness Day
2 April at 13:00–16:00
Chelmsford Museum



Oaklands Park, Moulsham Street, CM2 9AQ Chelmsford, Essex
We're marking World Autism Awareness Day by hosting an afternoon of free, fun activities for everyone, especially those with a family member on the autism spectrum.

● Dig
● Handle historic objects
● Dress-up in replica & period costumes
● Pose for a souvenir photo in front of a period 'green screen' backdrop

With puzzles, a detective trail and exploration of the gallery using our sensory stimulation guide, there's something to keep everyone entertained.

There will also be a comfy chill out area for those who need to relax, with ear defenders available on request.

Call us on 01245 605700 for more details.

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This Christmas Bond Street Chelmsford is hosting an array of events and activities to appeal to families.

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The marine lake was originally opened in 1905 after being given to the Maldon people. Following a tragic accident it was shut and reopened in 2006 as a Wildlife and fountain pond.
More than 200 students at The Boswells Schools were involved with this year's whole school production, a modern twist on the traditional pantomime ‘Cinderella’.
On Saturday 16th December a group of young singers, aged 16 – 27, will be performing their own Christmas Concert for the Friends of St James Church. The singers comprise Chorus Sirenum, and the Southend Young Men’s Chorus.
Helen Rollason Cancer Charity’s Christmas Gift and Food Fair is back on Saturday 25 – Sunday 26 November, and it’s bigger and better than before.
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A city play area has been awarded special status as it has been adapted for disabled children and wheelchair users.
The Adventure Castle play area in Hylands Park is now officially accredited by PiPA, also known as Planning Inclusive Play Areas.
Work is now officially underway on the county’s first ever all-through school at Beaulieu in Chelmsford.

Construction on the new £34million school started following a ground-breaking ceremony at the site yesterday.