By Rach Griffiths
This walk has now been postponed until March 2014
We will repost with updates as we get them.
Have you heard of the Autism network in Crewe?
It is based on Prince Albert Street in Crewe, they have lots of lovely fund raising events and activities planned for 2013!
The next event is a sponsored walk and they are asking people to sign up and help raise funds for their friendly centre.
The walk will be taking place on Saturday 19th October
All details and registration can be made through firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds will support activities at the Autism Networks Resource Centre.
Please go and join them on the day.
There is a five mile, two mile and a half mile stage.
The starting point is the Middlewich road car park of the Barony Park in Nantwich.
The end point is Queens Park in Crewe.
About the network
Autism Network Crewe (A.N) was established in December 2002, by a group of like-minded parents, carers, professionals and let us not forget the individuals with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) based in Crewe, Cheshire.
Activities should promote physical and social development, communication and self-motivation in an encouraging, friendly, supportive and fun environment and that is exactly what this hard working team of people provide down at their centre.
There are no restrictions as to age, sex, race, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs.
The centre has recently had a major refurbishment of the premises and now has a shiny new kitchen equipped with all the mod cons and offers a variety of meals catering for most tastes.
You will find Quiche, Sausages, Chips, Pies, Fish Fingers and a host of other tasty treats on offer along with Drinks, Snacks and Crisps.
I visited the centre myself back in 2011 at a fun day they held and it was a wonderful day, lots of activities were avaliable for all to enjoy.
The centre has improved its disabled access too and has been decorated throughout.
The network are always on the look out for keen volunteers to help with running the network, if you have any ideas that you would like to let them know about to help raise funds then please contact them directly.
The address is
Prince Albert street
You can telephone them on 01270 580444
You can get in touch by email on email@example.com
If you wish to attend the network or know someone who might benefit then please visit their website for more information using the link below.
Autism Network Crewe