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Proposed Closure of Families United Network

Closure of Families United Network 31st October 2018 Dear Member It is with great sadness that I write to you on behalf of the Trustees of Families United Network to inform you that the Charity has reached a point of crisis, and is in grave danger of closing, with services ending for members 21st December 2018. The Trustees and senior staff of FUN have
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FUN Makes the Local News!

FUN-tastic donation News! FUN has recently made the local news after receiving a very generous donation of £3000 from the Shanly Foundation. To read this article in full, please click here Thank you for this generous donation!


October Holiday Club News

October Holiday Club 2018 It’s an exciting day here today at FUN HQ as we are delighted to announce that our October Holiday Club brochure is now available to view on our website. Please download a copy of our October Half Term Holiday Club Brochure We have lots of FUN activities and events planned for our families to enjoy, holiday club will be running
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September Newsletter Available Now

FUN September Newsletter The FUN September Newsletter is now available to download from our website. FUN Newsletters are a great way to find out what’s been happening here at FUN HQ! FUN always has lots of exciting and interesting activities and events happening and we aim to keep you updated on our news, clubs, charity information, fundraising events and much more! Please download your
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FUN MEMBERSHIP CARDS – UPDATE

FUN Membership Cards *** Important information *** FUN membership cards have now been issued to all the families who have returned their updated contract of membership forms. Please bring your membership card with you when you are attending any of our services (including youth club, young adult club, respite clubs and holiday club). This should help speed up the signing in process on arrival
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M-CM UK Group meet at FUN HQ

Partnership working with FUN On Saturday, FUN were delighted to welcome the M-CM UK group to FUN HQ in Luton. This is the second time that the group has held their UK meet at FUN. Families travelled from all over the country coming from Manchester, The Midlands, Lincolnshire and even Northern Ireland!  M-CM Syndrome is very rare so this is a great opportunity for families
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FUN NEWS! Summer Holiday Club

The FUN Summer Holiday Club Brochure is now available The team at FUN have been busy planning lots of activities for our FUN Summer Holiday Club. Holiday Club will run on the following dates: Week One – 6th, 7th and 9th August 2018 Week Two – 13th, 14th and 16th August 2018 Week Three – 20th, 21st and 23rd August 2018 Week Four – 28th, 30th and
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Cancellation of Keech Swimming 23rd June 2018

**IMPORTANT INFORMATION** Due to unforseen circumstances, the Keech Swimming Session has been CANCELLED for tomorrow (Saturday 23rd June 2018).  Sadly, Keech Pool has informed us that there is an issue with the chlorine levels in the pool. All pre-booked swimmers will receive a full refund as soon as possible


The Mall Cares Small Charity Week

Promoting FUN in our local Community with help from The Mall Luton Today our Services Manager Nazma has been hosting a stall at The Mall Luton as part of  The Mall Cares Small Charity Week.  Nazma has been very busy recently promoting our FUN services and talking about the volunteering opportunities we have available.     The Mall Cares Small Charity Week celebrates and raises awareness
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Disability Awareness Training Courses at FUN

Disability Awareness Training – dates available to book for 2018/2019 FUN are pleased to announce that the Disability Awareness Training dates for 2018/2019 have now commenced and are available to book. FUN are able to offer Disability Awareness Training Courses which provide a general introduction to disability, with a strong emphasis on real life experiences and solutions. Our training is delivered by parents of disabled
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