All the tickets for our World Autism Awareness Day family fun day on Sunday have now been sold.
More than 200 people will be at the event, which is taking place at Bucklebury Farm & Deer Safari Park in West Berkshire, from 10.30am to 4.30pm.
Click here for full details of all the outdoor and indoor attractions and activities at the farm park and click here for directions to Bucklebury from the A4 between Reading and Thatcham or from the M4/A34 interchange at Chieveley (junction 13 on the M4).
Parents remain responsible for their children throughout the day and no unaccompanied children will be admitted to the park.
Please note that the fun day is an all-ticket event, so please do not turn up on the day if you do not have tickets, to avoid disappointment.
If you missed out this time, our next fun day for Autism Berkshire members and their families will take place at the Thames Valley Adventure Playground in Taplow, near Maidenhead, on Sunday, June 4.
We will notify members in an email newsletter and online when tickets for this event become available.
Remember we have number of other activities taking place around Berkshire this week for Autism Awareness Week, including a family picnic and walk in Bracknell on Saturday. Click here for more details of our programme.
The fun day at Bucklebury Farm Park is being supported by a Big Lottery Fund Celebrate programme grant.