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Tonight is the night…

Mike Hough Spiritual Medium

15th February 2019

Tickets £10 includes hotpot… we will have tickets available on the door.

Doors open at 6.30pm… Mike will start @7.00pm

Venue: Clock Face Labour Club, Clock Face Road, clock Face, St Helens, WA9 4TZ

Please join us for the first Clair’s Parents Meeting Parents ADHD Support fundraising evening of 2019.

We have the pleasure of bringing Mike Hough a renowned spirit medium, who is often referred to as ‘the phone call to heaven’ to St Helens.

Come along and join Mike for an unforgetable evening off messages from your loved ones, from the jaw dropping validations to the laughs and the tears.

Mike uses his extraordinary gift as a medium to pass forward messages and healing to those infront of him who need it most from their loved ones in spirit.

www.mikethemedium.co.uk

ADHD, Youth Club

Weekly update

This week we held our February day meeting, with the lovely Tamsin coming in to do crafts with us.

Cup of coffee, a couple of biscuits, a lot of chat and crafts…. perfect!!!

Tamsin’s button coasters

Mine wasn’t so much of a coaster tho 😂

We also held our first Youth Club session @ Park Farm Centre. We had 11 children attend. They never stopped! It was loud! There was a very competitive football game at the end… who’d have thought a game was soooo important!

Thank you everyone who came down, it was fun.

The next session will be the 8th March 6.30 – 8.30pm. The youngsters will be deciding the name of their Club and designing a poster.

ADHD, Children, Clair’s Parents, Families, Young People

Laser Quest

One of the nice things about the group is that we take our ADHD children, young people and their siblings out for fun activities. These get togethers have proved to be so valuable, as they get to socialise with others who are just like them. They get to socialise, form friendships and give each other support. They get to fall out and MAKE UP! So they get to learn valuable social skills.

Last Saturday morning we went to our local Laser Quest Centre. We were joined by 16 children for three games. As usual our little tribe did us proud. Yes they were loud but they were really well behaved and everyone joined in.

It also gave our parents and carers a chance to unwind, catch up and have a coffee.