Plymouth Autism Hub - Celebration

16th July 2019

The Plymouth Autism Hub

Those of you who visit the Hub on a regular basis will know that our funding is coming to an end and that we are organising a number of celebratory events to mark our time together.

So our next meetup will be at The Cells, Devonport Guildhall, Ker Street, Plymouth PL1 4EL on Tuesday 16th July between 3.0 and 5.0 pm - please come and join us. We will be serving refreshments and cake and taking a look at our exhibition called 'Differential - Art on the Spectrum' which includes art work and photographs looking back over the last two years of the hub. 

Click here for more details about Differential Art on the Spectrum


You are also invited as VIP guests to the exhibition on its official launch evening on Wednesday 17th July between  6.0 and 8.0 pm - this is the chance to show off your work to interested friends, relatives, old teachers, co- workers, councillors, support workers etc. This is a drop in evening so come at whatever time you can, and it is a chance to 'dress to impress'!


Have you bought your boat trip ticket yet? They will be on sale on Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th July at the Exhibition and Wednesday 24th July at the MAPP meeting in the Treasury bar - just £2.50 per person and you can bring along two guests to enjoy our trip around the Sound on Thursday 25th July between 5.0 and 7.0 pm. Please remember to arrive in good time between 4.30 and 4.45pm - we don't want to leave you on the Wharf!


Where to board the boat

The boarding point for the boat is below the Mayflower steps near to The Boathouse Cafe, Commercial Wharf, Barbican.  


If you want to come along but might not get along to buy a ticket in person you can email Janet on 

Click here for more information about the Boat trip

There are always free refreshments and friendly chat so do join us if you can! 

Please remember that attendance at the Hub can be recorded as part of your job search. Also if you are claiming work benefits and need to keep track of work activity our sessions count towards this.

Activities are funded by the People's Health Trust - offered free to people with autism and people who support them. Activities include: Nintendo Switch, traditional board games, access to free wifi. Feel free to bring any games you want to share. We promote an easy going atmosphere for our members to do what feels comfortable.

Check our Facebook page for our dates and times of future meetings too:

We provide a safe, friendly space for adults with autism 16+ to socialise and enjoy activities on a weekly basis. Check out the list of dates we will be meeting by clicking here.

See you on Tuesday!

Rob and Janet

Plymouth Autism Hub

Remember that we can help with transport if you need help getting to us. Contact Janet at