Our ever popular Halloween Party is back but this time with added Glow !
In addition to the firm favourites of a disco, competitions and Halloween fun for the children of the community at CASCA. This year everyone has the opportunity to get involved, light up Craven Arms and support the special children of Shropshire.
Whether you are a serious runner or just want to get your glow on for this fabulous cause .. this is the event for you ! Continue reading →
On Thursday 4th Aug Empathy is offering everyone !! the opportunity to get involved with some summer fun and support a very good cause ( US ) too. We would love for the public to join us to climb Caer Caradoc and raise vital funds to allow us to continue our work with isolated and vulnerable children growing up with the impact of hidden disability across Shropshire.
Our Young Trustees will once again be running Movie Monday and welcoming anyone who wants to keep the kids amused for a couple of hours, without breaking to the bank. to our showing of the fabulous brand new PAN movie.
This funny and clever prequel will appeal to adults and children alike. As it has a PG rating we will setting up an area with toys and a craft for very little ones or anyone that just needs some quiet time in an adjoining room
It costs just £2/ child, with no charge for Adults; although we may sell you a cup of tea and piece of cake, with Hot Dogs, Sweets and Popcorn on sale at very reasonable rates 😉
You can buy your tickets in advance or pay on the door.
All money raised goes towards taking our youth projects forward.
A fabulous time was had by all at this year’s Halloween Party. Thanks to the hard work of the tiny committee, the support of the local community and the generosity of our sponsors not only did the children of Empathy and South Shropshire enjoy and safe Halloween but we raised a superb amount of money. That money will allow us to continue to support those living with ASD and High Functioning Disability right here in South Shropshire. So THANK YOU ALL !!
Empathy would like to express it’s sincerest Thanks particularly to the sponsors for the evening and ask that the local community does all it can to support these local business, who give so generously to ensure that those living with ASD and Additional Needs in Shropshire have an equal opportunity at a fun and fulfilled childhood.
The now annual Halloween party is once again set to take place in Craven Arms this Halloween; Hoping not only to raise some funds but also ensure that the children of South Shropshire can have all a fun and safe Halloween.
We have a fabulous night planned with lots of fun included in the ticket price, a fun filled disco with party games and prizes, spooky story telling, face painting and creepy craft to name but a few.
On sale will be lots of yummy food and a special potions making mocktail bar, along with lots and lots of exciting stalls for all.
Our Young Trustees have taken on the haunted house .. enter if you Dare !!
With fancy dress competitions and fines for boring parents that don’t dress up !! You’d be mad to miss it.
A warm welcome and a fun filled afternoon awaits local families facing the challenges of growing up with ASD and Additional needs in South Shropshire. In addition to the usual sport, play and creative opportunities we are excited to welcome some special visitors. Mike Ashton and his owls will be with to both introduce us to these beautiful creature but also fly them for us. Our friend, Doug Bayliss, will also be with us, demonstrating his extraordinary drawing talent and inspiring us all to get creative.
The session runs fro 2 – 4 pm at Craven Arms Community Centre. As always there is no need to book, just drop in but if you’d like more info please get in touch.
We find our all about us south 13 document can be helpful to introduce children / young people to the group.
On Saturday November 1st 2014 the doors of Craven Arms Community Centre were opened to the scary sight of witches, ghouls, skeletons and other frightening sights. The amazing Empathy children once again rose to the challenge and all coped amazingly. In a less supportive environment many would have struggled with costumes, noise and the fear of the unknown but the event went off brilliantly. Check out the photos on our gallery page to see the fun and friendship that is an Empathy Family Friendship Group.