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New Year New Activity?

Posted on Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

New Year New Activity? Forth Valley Sensory Centre will be closing for Christmas on Monday 24th December. We will re-open on 3rd January in the New Year. Many of our groups and classes have already finished for the year but don’t worry, they’ll all be back in 2019! What about New Year New Activity? Why […]

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Last Braveheart Walk of 2018!

Posted on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

The last Braveheart Walk of 2018 is this Friday, 14th December. But! Do not despair! The first walk of 2019 will be on the 11th of January. Since becomming weekly, the Braveheart Walks have been very popular. Even with inclement weather, we have always had plenty of people wanting to get out and take a […]

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New Groups – Your input needed!

Posted on Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

We currently run around 30 groups and classes at the Centre in in the local area but we need your help to determine what new groups we could add! We want to be sure that our Centre is delivering the groups and classes our Centre Users and the local community wants. This could be any […]

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Maggie Craig comes to Sensory Centre

Posted on Friday, October 19th, 2018

Part of Book Week Scotland taking place 19-25th November, we are delighted to say the Falkirk Libraries is bringing author Maggie Craig along to the Centre. Maggie will be telling tales of Falkirk’s Rebels as well as talking about her life and work. Known for her historical novels, including the Gathering Storm and When The […]

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Make some ConneXions!

Posted on Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

One of our evening groups is inviting new people to come along and make some ConneXions as they look to welcome new members. Originally set up as a group for former pupils of Carrongrange School, the group has been expanded to include all young people with a learning or sensory condition. Many people with learning […]

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