Mainstream activities

The friendly garden

The people behind Sage Gardener run their project at their Friendly Garden, which is between Lincoln and Newark.      They are flexible and help you learn about, and benefit from, gardening and other stuff related to the countryside.       They are geared up for older people rather than children.       Being reliant on variable things like the weather they sometimes have to go with the flow – which may not suit everyone.       Click icon to browse their website.

See also links below.       If anything looks interesting, get in touch with them to discuss an introductory visit.      They will want to consider what is right for everyone involved.

Autumn 2020

1. Front cover        2. Escape to the wood        3. Friendship days         4. Photography

5. Woodland floral retreat         6. Site visits leaflet         7. Other activities         8. Back cover

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See also mainstream activities in the Wider area

Golf

Sudbrook Moor Golf Club has a welcoming ethos.       GAIN holds its autism-friendly golf sessions for children there.       Click icon for their website.      The club is off Charity St, Carlton Scroop, Grantham NG32 3AT.       See map.

Cycling

Is cycling your thing?        Witham Wheelers is a cycling club based in Grantham.         Click icon to find out about them.        They offer a guide for beginners.        See also map.

Model boats

Wyndham Park, Grantham, has a model boat lake.        It is open to the public most of the time.        Click icon and look for Model boat lake in the left margin for more information.       See also map.

Ramblers 

The Grantham walking group invites you to join them on one of their Thursday leisurely 4 to 6 mile or Sunday 8 to 10 mile walks.  .     Click icon for more information.

If you prefer to make your own arrangements here is a folded map of the Grantham area.      Mobile phone map apps are also available.         See App safety.

Bell ringing

David Braunton is keen to welcome aspies to learn the ropes and maybe join the society of  bell-ringers at St Wulframs, Grantham.        Practice sessions are on Tuesdays from 7.30pm to 9pm.          Click website for the definitive basics or icon on the left for an illustrated introduction.         Contact Mr Braunton on 07967 566943, or email bellsgrantham@outlook.com

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