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Design an advert for a bus

Primary school children are being invited to design charity adverts to go on buses. In a competition run by LibertyBus, children will have the choice of three local charities giving them much-needed free advertising for a whole year. The charities…

First autistic accredited mediator on the way

A young man who struggled at school because of undiagnosed autism has become the first recipient of a sponsorship award that will give him the skills to help others with similar conditions resolve conflict in their lives. In the three years since…

Raffle winners

The results of the Autism Jersey Trek Morocco raffle, drawn on 2 May, were: 1st prize iPhone 7s 0585 2nd prize £150 Romerils voucher 0360 3rd prize £100 Affinity voucher 0343 4th prize Case of Champagne 0314 5th prize £50 Liberation…

Team Member of the Month

Fundraising and Marketing Manager Caroline Moody is Team Member of the Month for April. Chief Operating Officer Paul Sullivan said: ‘April is the biggest month in the Autism Jersey calendar in terms of raising awareness about autism and raising the…

Human table football comes to St Helier

Autism Jersey is excited to announce a new tournament… HUMAN table football! Imagine being one of the players, your hands attached to a pole, and having to work with your team-mates to reach the ball. The idea came from Autism…

Betty Boop up for grabs

Betty Boop has been a fixture in the Autism Jersey Boutique for quite a while now, but now she could be yours! She is being auctioned off to the highest bidder. If you would like to “Bid for Betty” please…

Duck Race results

Thanks to everyone who came to the Duck Race, sponsored by Romerils, on Easter Saturday. These are the winning tickets: Top prize, tickets for car + 2 passengers to the UK, Guernsey or St Malo, kindly donated by Condor Ferries:…

Team Member of the Month

Stephen Allen is Team Member of the Month for March. Stephen was nominated by Jude Tanguy who says: ‘Although Stephen has only been with us for a relatively short time he has proved to be a valuable asset to the…

New Patron announced

Autism Jersey has a new Patron: the Lieutenant-Governor, His Excellency Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton. Chairman Nick Winsor said: ‘I am delighted that Sir Stephen has agreed to become our Patron. I look forward to introducing Sir Stephen to our…

Eastern delights!

Two organisations based in St Martin have chosen Autism Jersey as their charity for 2017. They are the Farmers Cricket Club and St Martin’s Musical Society. The Farmers Cricket Club holds three charity matches at the Farmers Field in St…