dates-n-mates Valentines Parties 2019
Published: January 21, 2019
We have 4 fantastic dates-n-mates Valentines Parties coming up in February, including the official launch of dates-n-mates Falkirk.
See below for details of parties in Aberdeen, Falkirk, Glasgow and Renfrewshire. In order of when events take place (Scroll down to see all).
dates-n-mates Glasgow Valentines party
Date: Tuesday 12th February
Time: 7pm – 10pm
Venue: The Shettleston Juniors Club
DJ, buffet and lots of lurve!
£8 for members, £10 non members and £2 support.
dates-n-mates Aberdeen Valentines party
Date: Thursday 14th February
Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Venue: Doubletree By Hilton Aberdeen (Beach Boulevard)
Buffet, Cake, DJ, Raffle, Prom King/Queen competition etc.
Members & Support £15, Non-members £17
dates-n-mates Falkirk Launch Party on Valentines Day 2019
Date: Thursday 14th February
Time: 7pm – 10:30pm
Venue: Leapark Hotel, (130 Bo’Ness Road, Grangemouth, FK3 9BX)
Get ready for the launch of our brand new dates-n-mates project with the official LAUNCH PARTY on VALENTINES DAY 2019!
£5 ticket price includes a fantastic buffet and great DJ set from Gemini Music
Come along to find out more about dates-n-mates Falkirk and what they offer members.
For further information contact our dates-n-mates Scotland team: 0141 427 2957
We can’t wait to get the party started in Falkirk!
dates-n-mates Renfrewshire Valentines Party
Date: Friday 15th February
Venue: Ferguslie Bowling Club, Paisley PA1 2QP
DJ, Buffet from Tata bella’s Tea Room and Cupid Message Board.
Tickets £8 Members, £10 non members , £2 Support
Monthly Club LATE dates for 2019
Published: January 15, 2019
Club LATE is an Inclusive Club Night, with some great well known and up and coming DJ’s. This is an ‘open event’ so everyone is welcome to attend!
+ LATE Live with some great solo Musicians and bands (usually quarterly)
CLUB LATE dates in 2019
Thursday 31st January
Thursday 14th February
Thursday 28th March
Thursday 2nd May
Thursday 30th May
Thursday 20th June
Thursday 25th July
Thursday 22nd August
Thursday 12th September
Thursday 3rd October
Thursday 14th November
Thursday 12th December
£5 for Members
£8 for Non-Members
£2 for Support / Carers
G2 NIGHTCLUB (The Garage), 490 Suchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3LW
Click here to view location in Google maps.
(Strictly over 18’s only)
Follow Club LATE on facebook: facebook.com/clublateglasgow
Click below to view a video of LATE by the BBC
Aidan’s Lust for Life
Published: January 9, 2019
“Aidan B, he’s the man, if he can’t do it, no-one can” sings Dougie, Aidan’s team member. You see, that’s what spending the last few months around Aidan has taught us. Aidan is incredibly clever, smart, capable, funny and has a real thirst for life.
Aidan has many passions in life, hanging out with his mates, going out for meals, being active through swimming, go-karting, scootering and generally just being around others.
It’s these things that perhaps make him unrecognizable to some people that knew him even 6 months ago. Rewind 12 months and life was very different for Aidan and his immediate family; changes in Aidan’s behaviour meant he was segregated from his school pals and when Aidan became startled by a surprise from an adult at school he reacted, which led to Aidan being excluded from school. This had a huge impact on Aidan’s mental health and overall well-being. As a result, Aidan became much more isolated which contradicted Aidan’s innate social appetite to be around others.
Crucial for Aidan to take steps forward, to thrive and to begin again to enjoy doing the things he loves is having the right support, by an individual team recruited specifically for him that knows and understands him well.
Like lots of teenagers, as he ponders his future, Aidan may not know what he wants but he absolutely knows what he doesn’t want and surely that’s just as powerful. As we support Aidan to explore his options around college, volunteering and paid employment, we’ll keep supporting him in a way that makes sense to him, enjoying what he loves, discovering new things and seeking out new adventures.
The future is Aidan’s for the taking and the making.
By Susan O’Reilly – Service Development Coordinator at C-Change Scotland
Click here for an article featuring Aidan titled ‘Pupils with autism being unlawfully excluded’ via The Herald (25th September 2018)
Click here for an article featuring Aidan titled ‘My autistic son was unlawfully excluded from school’ via BBC News (3rd October 2018)
Happy New Year!
Published: January 1, 2019
Happy New Year and all the very best in 2019 from all at C-Change Scotland!