Hankley Common Golf Day 2019

Help Autistic Children Hankley Common Golf Day Winners

Hankley Common Golf Day 2019Hankley Common Golf Day 2019″The HAC Golf Day is one of the mainstays of our fundraising efforts each year and May 2019 did not disappoint. The weather, so often our friend, decided to have a bad hair day. That however did not dampen the spirits of the 71 golfers who turned out […]

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Bubble Ball Bury Court December 2018

The Famous Bubble Ball at Bury Court December 2018Once again, we were astounded by the generosity of our guests and grateful that so many people supported our Bubble Ball at Bury Court in the December 2018. We had a fantastic evening with around one hundred and eighty guests enjoying great food prepared and cooked by Lucy […]

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Hankley Common Golf Day May 2018

HAC Trophy

HAC Hankley Common Golf Day May 2018In May 2018 Help Autisitic Children held their annual golf day at Hankley Common Golf Club.  The weather leading up to the event was simply glorious, however, for our golf day we had torrential rain for six solid hours and the sun only came out when everyone left to […]

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Post 19 – How It Has Become Our Lifeline…

Post 19 – How It Has Become Our Lifeline…Our son James is 21 now. He graduated from “School” in 2015 at 18 and we had to work out the next chapter in his life. That transition is very difficult for a lot of special needs young adults and their families; support services are scarce, often inappropriate and […]

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Hankley Common Golf Day 2018

On the tee, representing Support 19The team at Help Autistic Children are looking forward to yet another great fund raising golf day at Hankley Common Golf Club, on May 2nd, 2018. This course offers not only stunning scenery but a number extremely challenging holes and is one of the qualifying round courses for The Open […]

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Kilimanjaro

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough……to stop these men!Back in 2011, four guys from Farnham decided it was time to take some drastic steps and set themselves a real challenge to help raise money for their charity, Help Autistic Children. After much deliberation it was decided that climbing Kilimanjaro was to be the next goal to […]

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