Invite to SCIL’s 25th Anniversary Celebration

SCIL can finally reveal that we will be marking our 25th anniversary in style with a Gala Evening at Chilworth Manor on the 6th November and we want our members and Disabled People from around the country to join us. The event will be a chance for Disabled People to come together to celebrate our survival as an organisation as well as our achievements over the last 25 years.

 SCIL 25th Invite pg 1

During the evening, there will be comedy provided by two of the top Disabled comedians in the country, Laurence Clark and Natasha Wood, a birthday toast from Ian Loynes, SCIL’s chief executive as well as an audio visual presentation of the history of SCIL. With a welcome drink on arrival and complimentary snacks on offer, it promises to be a great night.

Tickets are only £10 each if you are waged or £5 if you are unwaged. If you need to bring a PA to the event, tickets for a PA are only £5. Tickets are on sale now and we need to know final numbers by October 1st so reserve your tickets now by phoning 023 8033 0982 or email info@southamptoncil.co.uk and we will send you a booking form.

We really want as many members to attend as possible so if you’re keen to come but may need some support to arrange it then let us know.

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One thought on “Invite to SCIL’s 25th Anniversary Celebration

  1. happy to meet mrs.nancy walker.like to interract with nancy madam.I am working as a superintendent in a special school (school for disabled child).It is registered under the PWD Act,1995.It is the only institution of its kind in assam(north-east india).

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