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TABLO Awards Ceremony

Thank you Rosebird Community Hall

We'd like to say a big THANK YOU to the Rosebird Community Hall for giving us the use of the hall for free for our South Warwickshire Christmas Playscheme. It is a very generous gift, and we are grateful for your support of Take a Break Warwickshire.

TAB's Got Talent

1610 TABs Got Talent

WELL DONE to everyone who took part, and to those who supported the contestants. Each member of the team performed a song, acted out a movie scene or read out some jokes. 

For your diary: TAB AGM and TABLO Awards Ceremony

05/12/2016 - 9:30am

TAB 2016 AGM

You are welcome to join us on Monday 5 December for Take a Break Warwickshire's AGM followed by TABLO's annual awards ceremony.

Please RSVP to if you would like to attend.

TAB Stories

Visit the new Stories page on our website to get a more in-depth look at some our customer's and staff's achievements.

If you have achieved something with the help of Take a Break Warwickshire (however big or small) and you'd like to share it, then please get in touch with Hannah Fathers.

TABLO Drama Group - Treasure Island

In July 2016, TABLO Drama Group and Choir took to the stage once more at The Abbey Theatre in Nuneaton to give two performance of Treasure Island to sold-out audiences! Watch the video to get a flavour of their wonderful and exciting performances.

For your diary: TABLO September Serenade

23/09/2016 - 7:00pm

Griff & Coton Sports Club

For your diary: TABLO Talent Show

11/10/2016 - 7:00pm

Griff & Coton Sports Club

Cerebra 1,000 Families Study

A message from The Cerebra Family research Group:

Mothers, fathers, caregivers of children with a learning disability, this is your opportunity to inform research and policy for coming decades!

New study launched for parents with children under the age of 19 - Take part!

Last week, Dods Research launched a new study exploring the problems faced by parents in receipt of any government benefits for their child.

Dods Research are interested in speaking to parents with children under the age of 19. The survey should take less than five minutes to complete, and all responses are anonymous. The survey is still relevant for parents who are no longer in receipt of payments, but have done so previously. 

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