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The Molly Watt Trust is a very active charity, seeking to raise awareness of Usher Syndrome. We host a number of events and functions throughout the year to highlight our cause.

 

Wednesday, 12 July 2017 13:42

Usher Weekend at Maidenhead's Thames Riviera Hotel

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We are celebrating 3rd Usher Syndrome Day with two day’s of fun and learning

Friday 15 & 16 September 2017 

at

Thames Riviera Hotel

Bridge Road

Maidenhead 

Berkshire

SL6 8DW

The Friday evening will begin at 7pm with an Amy Winehouse Evening full details https://thamesriviera.com/events/adele-returns-2-2-2/

We are delighted to be in a position to offer 20 people with Usher Syndrome this evening free thanks to a kind donor, this will be strictly on a first come first served basis by contacting

There will also be a raffle.

For those interested in attending both events and who would like to stay at this beautiful hotel set on the River Thames we have been provided preferential rates, book early to aviod disappointment.  To take advantage of these rates please contact the hotel direct 01628 674057 and mention the Molly Watt Trust.

Saturday morning will be free and starting at 10.30am.

We are offering a relaxed get together, a free assistive tech workshop, learn how to get the very best from your handheld devices, iOS or android - session run by our own Molly Watt and Sigma’s Head of Experience Design Chris Bush.

This is an amazing opportunity.  

Chris and Molly run this workshop to and with many professionals in design and technology around the country and will be running it in San Francisco later this year.

All with Usher Syndrome /RP or parents/carers of those with these conditions would benefit hugely from this workshop.

Coffee, tea and cakes will be available.

There will be two speakers (to confirm).

The whole session should wrap up around 1-1.30pm after which you can enjoy the beautiful area, Boulters Lock, Cliveden or nearby Windsor with all its history and attractions.

Please contact us to let us know you are joining us.

The nearest train station is Maidenhead, it is a 15/20 minute walk from the station.  There is a taxi rank at the station or please contact us for alternate taxi numbers.

 

 

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