HEADWAY SOUTH WALES – OUR SIXTH GET TOGETHER
We invite you to Margam Abbey on
SATURDAY JUNE 1ST 2019, Port Talbot, SA13 2TA
Theme: Let’s just enjoy a day with old & new friends, talking, eating & playing
Welcome and registration 10.30 a.m. – Finish 4.00 p.m.
10.30-11.15 Tea and Coffee
11.15-12.30 Ice Breakers to connect us
12.30-1.45 Lunch – all together in our own space – a finger buffet lunch will be provided by the Abbot’s Kitchen but you can bring a few nibbles for yourself and/or to share
2.00-3.30 Cake Decoration OR Laughing Yoga OR Radio Cars
CAKE DECORATION – Heather will ‘sing a rainbow’. Well – make a rainbow anyway! We will make an edible rainbow with a special message for Headway which can be shared at teatime or taken home. Cake decoration using different techniques.
LAUGHTER YOGA – Andrew is investigating the possibility that laughter yoga can lift the spirits of people with chronic conditions. He finds that people with or without a disability really enjoy laughter yoga. He’s often asked to repeat these sessions. Indeed, Matthew (Headway Pembs) joined one of Andrew’s sessions – he said, “It is a unique experience not to be missed!”
RADIO CARS – Weather permitting, Kev and a friend will bring 2 or 3 radio control vehicles. They will build a course that’s not too difficult. They’ll give as many participants as possible a bit of hands on experience with them
Bookings: Made in branch meetings or by emailing Rodger (firstname.lastname@example.org). There are different limits to the number of places available for each activity. Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. So, book now, to be sure of getting a place.
NB: Older children are welcome to join in but this event is for adults with an injury and their supporters be they relatives or volunteers so any children that come need to be able to enjoy adult activities.
Margam Abbey, Port Talbot, SA13 2TA, is off the A48, 2 miles east of Port Talbot, ¼ mile from exit 38 of M4.
Exit the M4 at Junction 38 and take the A48 towards Pyle. Take the first turning on the left into Ten Acre Wood. Follow the road up the hill and to the right. Continue to the end where you will find the Abbey.