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Between 4pm and 6pm we are running a neurodivergent friendly space for people to come and join in with an activity, workshop or just have a drink and connect with others.
Weekly in May then monthly.
Neurodivergent-friendly, means that we celebrate and accommodate for differences in the way people think, learn and process information. Our unique spaces each represent a different focus, so you can choose the space that suits your mood best. Whether you want to meet others or get creative, there is something for everyone at Social Sundays.
Max capacity 25 people so be sure to book in. This is a free event. Contact email@example.com for more info.
What is this event?
An opportunity to come and meet like-minded people, in the Old Town, Hastings. For 2 hours at The Nest. We guarantee consideration of the following;
Lights down low
Music low or off
Staff who understand social anxiety
Opportunity to join in, in a way that works for you.
You can sign up for a workshop which will be upstairs at The Nest. Max 5 people per workshop.
There will be workshops in art, music, movement, and drama, and they will last for 40 minutes. But if it’s too much, you can leave. There is no pressure.
You can take part in a game or activity, or just observe.
You can buy a drink and snack and sit and connect with others if you want to.
Take part in a 40 minute Workshop with a professional artist.
The workshops are different on each date, they are:
May 7th – Art.
May 14th – Music.
May 21st – Movement.
May 28th – Drama
2 workshops will run per session.
When is this event?
Every Sunday in May. 4pm till 6pm.
A space to retreat to with no distractions.
Where is this event?
The Nest, Old Town Hall, Hastings, East Sussex, TN343EW. Next to the Jenny Lind & Opposite Serenity Salon CLICK HERE TO FIND THE NEST
To find out more about The Nest click HERE
Who is this event for?
Anyone between the ages of 16 and 30 who identifies as neurodiverse and would like to meet other people, but experiences social barriers and challenges in social situations. This event is the first of many born from Eggtooth’s aim to make neurodiverse friendly events.
What is Eggtooth?
We are the South Coast’s leading creative wellbeing service for children, young people, parents, and professionals. As a not-for-profit enterprise we offer mental health support through 1-1 sessions, groups, and creative projects.
Eggtooth is, In 3 words: unconventional, robust and kind.
Who will you meet?
On the day you can see pictures and names of the staff you will meet, but if you want a sneak preview check out Amber Smith, Curtis Arnold-Harmer, Jacky Ellis and Rachel Lowden by clicking here HERE