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Past Events in 2015

Showcase Logo Christmas Party at The Royal Armouries
28th December 2015

Our fantastic Christmas party was back on at the fabulous Royal Armouries venue in the Wellington Suite and this year we had a Neverland Theme with pirates, fairies and mermaids with the glamorous Suzy Sparkles.

After the initial 'excitement' of the floods and concerns as to whether the Royal Armouries would actually be open we were happy to hear that they were and our party could go ahead. Lucky for us as Santa had held off returning home so that he could visit us.

This party was our biggest yet and we actually struggled to fit in the room. It did nothing to dampen the atmosphere however and the children were greeted by Suzy Sparkles and her team who wowed them with games, singing and crafts and entertained every child there. Then we had another massive surprise for the children with the appearance of Ronnie Rhino who spend an hour with us taking photos and joining in with the games and even a dance-off with Captain Hook. One of the more unusual sights I have ever seen - a rhino and a pirate dancing to Gangnam Style...

As if that wasn't enough the Royal Armouries laid out its usual fantastic spread of food and we were then visited by Santa who had a present for every child that had come to the party. Santa was also immensely popular (of course!) and he ended up with numerous child helpers to dish out the presents.

All in all it was a very lovely and packed few hours. Everyone went home happy and fed and hopefully it was a pleasant end to Christmas 2015. It certainly was for me.

"Thank you to the wonderful Little Hiccups team for yet another wonderful event... The kids loved it xxxx"

"Thank you for such a magical day today Max and Christabel had so much fun, you are all amazing for organising such a wonderful party, we would like to wish you all the very best in the new year xxxx"

"It was a great day"

"Ronny was awesome! ... And the kids were blooming ace!! X"

"I'm not sure who has more fun, us or the kids!"

"Thank you for yet another fantastic party xx"

"Thanks for having us!! X"

"We loved it. Thank you xx"

"Thank you everyone at little hiccups for organising yet another fab event xxxx"

"Fantastic time had today, thank you to all for making such a magical day happen"

Website: https://www.royalarmouries.org/visit-us/leeds/

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Showcase Logo Sundown Adventureland
5th December 2015

Christmas is no longer Christmas without our annual trip to Sundown to visit Father Christmas in his magic grotto. If you have never been, Sundown in a theme park designed for under 8's. It is especially fun at Christmas time when it is decorated into a magical wonderland!

We've been going to Sundown now for a number of years and its one that is requested every year. It's now a Hiccup's tradition and this year we were recognised and remembered by the cheeky elves at Santa's house. Which was particularly good as they were able to help us with the buggies and wheelchairs!

Santa was certainly jolly when we visited him too and he asked the children if they could do him a favour and check on Dancer and Prancer to see if they had enough food and water. They did as we did as we promised and checked for him.

The Angry Bird park was a hit as always and we bumped into a few Hiccups families in there - seems it is popular with all the children!

And as always we stayed until the lights came on and then wondered back through the park enjoying the scenery. It really does make you feel very Christmassy and is a fantastic way to start December. Thank you Sundown!

"Thank you again What a fantastic magical Santa the Elves & Sleigh ride experience for Ellie we all loved it... this is the 1st time she has not been upset & our little star even spoke to Santa! Xxxx"

"Thankyou for an amazing day guys! Thankyou for all the help! Thankyou Sarah for sticking with us to help out your a star."

"Thank you so much for today. We had so much fun x"

"Thanks for organising a wonderful day at Sundown. We had a great time. Jacob enjoyed seeing Santa and gave him his letter, it's the 1st time he's not been upset. He had such a good day he didn't want to leave and fell asleep not long after we got in the car."

"Thank you once again for another brilliant day out xxx"

"Another fab Sundown Adventure. Thank you Little Hiccups xxx"

"Nile had a lovely day today thank you x"

Website: http://www.sundownadventureland.co.uk/

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Showcase Logo Minions at the Showcase Cinema
14th November 2015

Little Hiccups hire out one of the cinema's for Little Hiccups families and provide a relaxed showing with reduced lighting, reduced sound, subtitles and audio descriptions. As we hired out the room, the families could relax, sit back and enjoy the show in the knowledge that it is only Hiccups families there.

We watched The Minions so it was suitable for all. And if you haven't been to the Showcase in a while - its had an upgrade! Every seat is a plush, leather recliner seat and at the front of the cinema are 'beds'. Basically it was perfect for our children!

Website: http://www.showcasecinemas.co.uk/locations/leeds

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Molton Brown Logo Molton Brown Pamper & Shopping Night
4th November 2015

We spoilt ourselves at a MOLTON BROWN Pamper & Shopping night - just in time for Christmas!

The entrance price included:

  1. Goody Bag worth £20
  2. Hand/Arm Massage
  3. £10 gift card
  4. Arrival drinks

It was a fabulous night and we managed to raise approximately £270. Not bad for a night of pampering and snacking with champagne!

Website: www.moltonbrown.co.uk

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Rainbow Factory Logo Rainbow Factory
Wednesday 28th October (half term)

It was a cold, wet and generally miserable day. I was certainly glad that we had arranged an indoor activity today but I have to admit that I was a little apprehensive. I had been sent a newspaper link from one of our families showing that the Rainbow Factory had been broken into and ransacked. You can read the article here. We never had any intention of NOT going but were a little nervous about what to expect and from reading the article the damage done was quite large.  We needn't have been. I don't know how hard the staff had worked to get everything back up to scratch but they must have worked relentlessly. One of the parents said to me after that if they hadn't known about it via the newspaper there simply would not have known. The place was impeccable. When we arrived we were greeted at the door by the happiest and smiliest people I think I have ever met! The enthusiasm and excitement of the team at Rainbow Factory, even after what must have been a very challenging week, was palpable and it fizzled in the air. 

We started our adventure by being greet by one of the owners, Hazel and our guide for the day, Lydia. We then entered a mystical world through theatrical red curtains and were rewarded with fabulous tales of magic adventure. Our guide bubbled with stories and engaged the children with their interactive stories. We visited goblins and dragons. We found magic boxes, wands and dragon teeth. We searched for emotion stars and collected them in our tubs. 

Once we had found all the emotions we could we moved onto a craft area where we put our emotions onto wish buckets and decorated with colours and glitter. Each of these activities totally engrossed the children. I don't think I've ever seen them sit so still...

Several of the children enjoyed the centre in their own way. The fancy dress and the hidey holes in the tents were particularly popular with some. And there was plenty of opportunity for the parents to relax and take 10 minutes for themselves while the rainbow staff entertained the children. I personally found the time to catch up with parents and actually have a chat instead of running around after my own children! Always appreciated. 

Our wonderful visit ended with a packed lunch for the children in the rainbow room where they tucked into sandwiches and gingerbread men. The adults weren't forgotten either and we treated to buns and some very tasty sandwiches and good old fashioned pots of tea. The proper way!

All in all it was a lovely trip out and we were made to feel so welcome. Even when we left (well after closing time) the staff were still so happy and enthusiastic and after chatting to them I learnt that it had been one of, if not THE, busiest days they had had since opening. Personally...I want to know the secret and source of their energy...maybe it's the magic that is entwined throughout the building? Whatever it was, I can't wait for our next trip.

Website: http://www.rainbowfactorykids.com/

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Rainbow Factory LogoBaby Massage and Yoga Sessions
October-December 2015

Little Hiccups provided a basic baby massage and yoga sessions during our Stay n' Play sessions in Headingley. It was a casual event and parents could choose to join or not join depending on your child. We aimed to provide a relaxed and sensory event that will benefit both child and carer.

The course was run by a qualified teacher - Paula Proctor from Forever Loving Babies.

Website: http://www.foreverlovingbabies.co.uk/

 

 

Cannon Hall Farm
Saturday 19th September 2015

Due to popular demand, we re-visited Cannon Hall Farm and how it has grown! It's been about a year since I last went and about two years since Little Hiccups has visited. Since my last visit there is now a fantastic and interactive Soft Play area where the children spent a happy hour exhausting themselves. We spend at least another hour in the outdoor play area as the weather ended up being absolutely gorgeous (to the point where I regretted not packing suncream!). Exhausted but happy we finally managed to persuade the children that as this was a working farm we really ought to go see the animals and managed to drag them away from the slides and climbing frames. Cannon Hall Farm have also been hard at work updating the areas that the animals stayed in also and the walk way past them all was much easier to navigate in the crowds and we were able to see the very cute piglets and my personal favourite - the pygmy goats!

I was dragged by my daughter to see the Ferret Racing where my ferret decided to tease me by pretending to win then turning round and going back the way it came just before the end. We also visited the Sheep Racing twice and we managed to win the raffle one time. The sheep it seems, was much better behaved than the ferret!

We had a fabulous day and I know that all the families I bumped into too did. We certainly all came home very tired!

Our tickets included farm admission, sheep racing, indoor play area, ferret racing, milking demonstrations, outdoor play area and tractor & trailer ride and Cannon Hall Farm also very kindly set aside some of the picnic area exclusively for Little Hiccups families as it can get busy in the cafe.

About the Farm:

Cannon Hall Farm opened to the public for the first time in 1989. Since that time we have added adventure playgrounds, gift shop, farm shop, two restaurants and an indoor playground. It is now one of the largest farm attractions in the UK and the winner of many awards.

Our new £1.5 million farmyard opened in July 2013. Seven new farm buildings designed with the visitor in mind. See the day to day workings of a modern farmyard including tractors and farm machinery during the working day.

Other attractions include a milking parlour with regular milking demonstrations and a Rare Breeds barn. This is the first visitor centre of it’s type in the world!

Cannon Hall Farm was winner of the Best Tourism Experience at The White Rose Awards 2011 and highly commended in the Visit England Awards 2012 in the same category. It was also a finalist in The Best Large Attraction Award at The White Rose Awards 2014 and won the The Innovation award for it’s new farmyard at the National Farms For Schools Awards 2015.

Website: http://www.cannonhallfarm.co.uk

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Swithen Farm Soft Play
Saturday 22nd August 2015 Swithens Farm Logo

We hired out the Soft Play area at Swithens Farm just for the Little Hiccups families. It's is a lovely little Play area which has a bright and colourful indoor play area and the Barn offers a fantastic combination of ball pools and apparatus providing a safe environment to let off some steam - including a cushioned ball pool too for the younger ones and the less mobile.

It was a nice little catch up during the very hectic summer holidays and the kids played for two hours non-stop. We also got to meet up with a new member of our Little Hiccups family. Massive congratulations to Hiccups Committee member James and his wife Claire on the birth of their son - he's a cutie!

Website: http://www.swithensfarm.co.uk/

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Skelton Grange
Tuesday 18th August 2015

Well despite it being glorious weather the day before and the day after - on the day of our visit to Skelton Grange it decided to pour with rain ALL day. That didn't stop us having a huge amount of fun though as we explored Skelton Grange and all that it had to offer. The lovely volunteers showing us around stuck out the rain with us and their enthusiasm was never dampened.

Skelton Grange is in South Leeds. It's a Charity run organisation that encourages play in the natural environment at their award winning eco-centre and nature area. Little Hiccups worked with Skelton Grange to organise a fun and sensory day out during the summer holidays for our families. We had the following fun activities:

We started off with a welcome to the centre and walk of the grounds to orient ourselves. We walked around the vegetable and herb garden and found interesting plants and herbs that smelt and looked beautiful. We were given some sticky paper and asked to find the most interesting leaves and flowers.

We built shelters in the woods including erecting hammocks. There was a variety of styles from canvas tents to a intrigate wooden wigwam. The children certainly enjoyed building in these and swinging in the hammocks after. We then had lunch in the shelters in the woods. It was pretty wet by this point so we were glad of whatever shelter we had! We think that the rain kept all the bears away.

After lunch we split into two groups. Some stayed outside and took a trip to the herb garden to make potions. The idea was to mix up nice smelling plants with a little water and make a 'potion'. My son took these one step further when he created an Invisibility potion, poured it over his head (yes really) and kept disappearing!

The other group went inside and started making Hapa Zome and/or God's Eyes. If you google these you will see exactly what they are. Hapa Zome is the process where you gather leaves or petals (the more colours the better) and on a cloth you hammer them in then peel them off. Depending on how detailed you do it, it leaves the shape and colour of the leavesor petals on the cloth and you can make patterns using this. Some children then made these into flags by attaching to long sticks.

God's Eyes (or Dragon Eye's as I also heard them called) is the process of putting two sticks in a cross shape then with wool, going around each stick to make a diamond shape which can be changed throughout with a variety of colours.

After this, to complete the day, we all returned outside where one of the volunteers had lit a fire for us. Using a special 'cage' like tool at the end of long pole, the children took it in turns to shake popcorn kernals over the fire to make popcorn. Sharing fresh warm popcorn around the campfire was a nice end to a lovely day. Many thanks to all the volunteers at Skelton Grange for looking after us so well!

Website: www.tcv.org.uk/skeltongrange

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Hiccups 6th Birthday and Shebang Theatre Group
Shebang LogoSunday 5th July 2015

Hiccups 6th Birthday was back at the fantastic venue at the Royal Armouries where they never cease to impress us with their amazing food and incredibly helpful staff.

Shebang are Kim Reuter and Russ Elias - theatre practitioners with over 20 years experience of creating music, song, drama and theatre for special needs settings.

They work exclusively within the field of special needs. They are musicians, performers, designers, makers, Makaton signers and are both qualified teachers. They combine these skills to create a blend of their own peculiar educational tomfoolery breaking through the fourth wall and invite their audience to participate in a special and unique shared experience.

They are a long standing partnership - a double act - a pair of eccentrics, committed to creating accessible arts to children, young people and adults with additional learning needs. They are all equally different - so live, love, laugh and learn...

"Happy 6th Birthday Little Hiccups! You did us all proud this morning at your birthday celebrations at the Royal Armouries in Leeds, and the entertainers at Shebang were excellent!"

"Thanks for such a wonderful day at The Royal Armouries today, it was our first event with you, we will be back for more!"

"Well done ladies it was fabulous. Thank you xx"

Website: https://www.shabang.org.uk

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Chill Factore logoAdaptive Snowsports
Saturday 13th June 2015

What an absolutely amazing day! Disability Snowsports reminded us today that there are no barriers to the things that you want to do. Our children (and parents) had a go at skiiing in the fantastic venue Chill Factore. Chill Factore is proud to be the 2010 winner of the Manchester Tourism 'Access for All' award which recognises excellence in accommodating the needs of guests with disabilities. And we could see why. Nothing was too much trouble for them.

Disability Snowsport UK is a nationwide registered charity, based at Chill Factore and theyprovide adaptive skiing for individuals with any disability, including physical, sensory and learning difficulties. By using adaptive equipment and specialist instruction and support, they are able to cater for even those with very limited mobility, so we’ll have you whizzing down the slope in no time! Though to be honest...I was on my bum most of the time.

I definately think this is an event we'll be doing again.

"Just to say thank you ever so much for such an amazing activity!"

"Just wanted to say a huge thank you for today. I am still staggered (and emotional) that Oliver did it and LOVED it. Thanks to Little Hiccups for giving him that opportunity to try something new!"

"Thank you for a fantastic day at Chill Factore yesterday. Oliver loved it"

"Thank you so much for such a fantastic day out. Max and Christabel had an amazing time at the Chill Factore. It was superb. We loved it!"

"Our kids Rock! We refuse to let disabilities get in our way of having fun! ... Yet another fantastic day with our Little Hiccup families. Awesome kids and very proud parents ....my little dude lead the way down the slope.My incredible little boy. Bursting with pride.  xxxxxx"

"Great time today at Chill Factor in Manchester with Little Hiccups having a ski lesson and was so glad William enjoyed it too"

"Had a great time, thank you Little Hiccups for a great experience this morning! Will definitely do that again...!"

"Had an awesome time at Chill Factore with Little Hiccups this morning! The wife and kids did soooo well! We can all climb, slide and bunny hop!"

"Just to say thank you ever so much for such an amazing activity!"

Venue: Chill Factore

You can read our Blog post here

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Disability Rocks
Saturday 30th May 2015

Web: http://disabilityrocks.org
Venue: http://www.nellbank.com

Their original festival venue in a Local Authority run outdoor activity centre. This will be their 4th year at this venue and there is a growing recognition of the standard and quality of the event which is developing a recurrent audience and also new people and groups who feel increasingly confident about attending.

Nell Bank is most certainly the biggest and busiest outdoor, inclusive education centre in the UK set in the beautiful Wharfedale valley with a stunning backdrop of Ilkley Moor thrown in! The setting, the facilities and the staff of Nell Bank are second to none and all dedicated to making sure your visit here will be positive and memorable.

You can read the Blog post here

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Harrogate Town Football Club Fundraising Day
Saturday 9th May 2015

Harrogate Football Club logoWhat an amazing day! Harrogate Town Football Club invited Corporate teams to enter a team of 7 to play a 10 minute match against professional teams. We had football players Leon Constantine, Peter Sweeney, Casper Ankergren (GK), Gus Poyet, Mauricio Taricco, Claude Gnakpa, Matt Heath, Rui Marques, Sébastien Carole attend the day to play the matches. And they were truly lovely and made time to stop for photos and signatures which made the day for one of two of our families! One of our Hiccups children, James Driver, also had a go at commentating the matches - I foresee a future in Sports Commentating for that one!

Little Hiccups families were invited for a day of fun to watch the football and the amazing Suzy Sparkles (the lady that entertained the children at our Christmas Party this year) came dressed as Cinderella with the assistance of Elsa and entertained the children (and lets be honest - the Hiccups committee too!) with songs and crafts.

A light lunch of pulled pork sandwichs or hot dogs was also provided which was very popular and was the perfect finish to a fantastic day.

Web: www.harrogatetownafc.com / amethystentertainment.co.uk

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Stockeld Park
7th April 2015

X2 PhotoThroughout Easter Stockeld Park host a unique egg hunt with Giant hand painted Eggs and Bunnies hidden in their Enchanted Forest and their was also the chance to win a GIANT egg of our own and take part in their ‘eggstra’ special maze challenge!

Little Hiccups visited Stockheld Park this Easter and had an incredibly memorable day with the active Adventure Zones within the beautiful woodland of Stockeld Park. Their was an outdoor roller rink, fun filled maze, go karts or explore, climb and play in the Enchanted Forest where we discovered new sculptures and installations at every turn. They also had indoor play, games, crafts and creativity.

We had an amazing day with beautiful weather and hopefully made some lovely memories.

Web: http://stockeldpark.co.uk/

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Music sessions and Sensory Leeds
5th February - 28th March 2015

Musical Mimiloos LogoFor a few weeks our Thursday Stay and Play sessions were run by Musical Mimiloos who entertained the children (and adults!) with music and crafts. Musical Mimiloos is run by two university students who have adapted their music to make it a full sensory experience with props and sensory activities.

The final session was held at Sensory Leeds were the children played in a safe and sensory environment. Play was interspersed with music and crafts again and we were provided a VERY tasty lunch by Sensory Leeds. My personal favourites had to be the fresh baked home made scones!

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Web: Sensory Leeds

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X2 PhotoFamily Photoshoot
Sunday 22nd February 2015

Due to the popularity last year we organised another Photoshoot with X2 Photo. This was a relaxed family photoshoot with a photographers who specialise in working with families with a child who has special needs of any description. Both Dean & Richard have personal and professional experience working in this environment as you can see from their website. Patience and understanding being key to making this an enjoyable experience for the whole family.

All photos will be made available either on a disc or download to print at your leisure.

"Aw wow! These are gorgeous!!!! Thank you!"

"Love the way X2 capture my children's personality so completely!"

Web: Venue: www.firthfields.org
Photographer: www.x2photo.co.uk

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Xscape Soft Play and 4D Glow in the Dark Adventure Golf
Sunday 25th January 2015

For our first trip of the year we visited Xscape to blow off some steam at their Soft Play and 4D Glow in the Dark golf. 4D Golf is unlike any crazy golf you've ever played - The UK's first glow-in-the-dark adventure golf, with awesome 3D theming and special effects on every hole! And the Xplore soft play and party centre offered an exciting and stimulating play experience, with it's dedicated toddler area, it guaranteed an indoor adventure for all ages. The children were treated to party food and a party bag and balloon to take home.

"Our first time with you guys today didn't get chance to really talk to anyone but my little boy had a great time running riot and loves his party bag and balloon.thank you! Hope to make more meetings"

Web: www.xploreplay.com

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