Cleethorpes day trip

We're going on our annual day trip to Cleethorpes on Saturday 21st August - fingers crossed for sunshine! All are welcome, please contact the office to book your place.

Parents Meeting

Our next monthly Parents Meeting takes place Thursday 3rd November, 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm at St. Mary's Community Centre. We have a speaker Val Harpin who is a paediatrician from Ryegate Children's Centre who will be speaking about ASD & ADHD.


As many of you are aware Sainsbury's at Archer Road nominated us as their charity of the year for 2010 - 2011 and to date together we have raised £5647.93.  We'd like to thank everyone at Sainsbury's for their magnificant fundraising efforts and also to all of our members and other volunteer bag packers at various …

Days Out

On Sunday 21st August we are planning a trip to Cleethorpes and on Saturday 24th September a trip to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.  This will be instead of the Acctivate sessions that had been planned on these dates.  If you would like to attend the Cleethorpes trip could you please contact the office on 0114 252 1911 …

ACCT co-founder’s question to Nick Clegg makes national news

Members of ACCT were invited to a Q&A with Nick Clegg, organised by the Sheffield Star, on Monday 21 February. Helen Basu Chaudhuri asked Mr Clegg to explain recent funding cuts to CAMHS in Sheffield despite a commitment from the government that there would be no cuts to frontline services, you can read the article …

Treat yourself to an ACCT t-shirt

You may have noticed that ACCT recently changed the look of its website and marketing with some fun illustrations. We've also designed and printed some t-shirts, as modelled here by TV presenters Angellica Bell and Michael Underwood (who posed for us just after their secret wedding!). If you'd like your own t-shirt please contact

Spooky goings on at Sainsbury’s

ACCT were at Sainsbury's Archer Road again on Saturday 30th October, helping to pack bags and sharing information about the work we do. The store was decked out with spooky decorations and members of staff came in fancy dress - see if you can spot the ACCT volunteers in this picture: