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?AutAngel is a community interest company run by and for autistic people. 

Our aim is to empower autistic people and create opportunities for them to thrive and fulfil their potential. 

See the Projects page for more details of the projects AutAngel has helped create.

We develop and help others develop autistic run projects, and we publicise autistic-run ventures and events of interest to autistic people.

The AutEvents calendar offers a free listing service for events of interest to autistic people.

We are inviting autistic adults living in Berkshire to join us and hear about our current projects. You will have the opportunity to help us decide on the best groups and activities to expand work. Participants in our current groups will be sharing their experiences and there will be an opportunity to catch up over a cuppa.
We will be meeting in David’s Hall at the Park United Reformed Church in Reading, where a number of our groups take place. It's free to attend but you need to register.

There is parking for cars and bikes very nearby and the venue is on the 17 bus route.

Who to contact

07747 182381

Where to go

Haywood Court

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