Find out all about Autism Berkshire’s role as Reading Buses’ Charity of the Year in new video

To mark Autism Berkshire’s role as Reading Buses’ 2018 Charity of the Year, we have commissioned a special video about the partnership.

It features the launch of the Autism Berkshire bus – which will carry a special livery to promote us all year – at Reading Buses’ garage.

Remember to keep an eye out for the bus if you are in Reading or adjacent areas of Berkshire served by the company, as the bus will be putting in appearances on many of Reading Buses’ routes.

You can also hear from Reading Buses’ chief executive officer Martijn Gilbert, Autism Berkshire trustee Sandra Stubbs and our CEO, Jane Stanford-Beale.

Among the highlights of the year will be the Open Day at Reading Buses’ garage in Great Knollys Street, just round the corner from Autism Berkshire’s office.

We will let you know all about the activities planned for the day as soon as arrangements have been finalised.

You can also find out about aspects of Autism Berkshire’s work and how we make a difference to autistic people and their families in the county in four other videos, which feature some of our members and their families, service users and volunteers. Click here to watch them.

All the videos are also available on a new Autism Berkshire page on the YouTube video sharing website.

The videos were made for us by Paniscus Motion Pictures.