As the days are getting longer and sunnier, we know that summer is on its approach. For us, summer is one of the times that we get out and about the most, as it’s easier to overcome the challenges that going out often presents to people on the autistic spectrum when the world looks so beautiful outside. This summer, we’re planning a couple of walks, a BBQ, a pub trip and maybe a visit to a National Trust property thrown in!

We’d love to reconnect with people we haven’t seen for a while and get to meet new people too. If you’re up for joining us and have a bit of time on your hands, get in touch with Families and friends are most welcome!

About Libby H-S

Libby H-S ( is a final-year Pioneer student at Church Mission Society in Oxford, where she's learning to start thinking about where mission, ministry and engagement with contemporary society and those on the autistic spectrum. She heads up School Pastors, a team of Christian volunteers who provide additional support for students with special educational needs in Berkshire, England.

Her profile picture is the Cross of St. Brendan - a cross comprised of four dolphins where their tales interlock to create a cross and is used to remember St Brendan and his adventures in the wilderness.