NAS Lambeth branch
A Branch of the National Autistic Society
Weekly Social Group
A place where people living in Lambeth with Autism, Aspergers
and ASD can meet in South London and enjoy weekly activities.
Please note that this is a large, active group of people who are
mostly Lambeth residents as this is a condition of our grant
funding. Residents from neighbouring boroughs may be able to
join from time to time.
For more information Email the Co-Ordinator
A social space for the intellectually capable autistic
adult (a group for whom there is currently very little
available) This includes those exploring the idea that
they are autistic. A formal diagnosis is not needed
to join the group.
First Thursday of each month (except December each
year) from 6.30pm to 8pm.
Mary Seacole Centre,
91 Clapham High Street,
On arrival simply ask for the First Thursday
Book Group. There will also be signs to the
room being used.
Open to those who live in Lambeth and
beyond. (You do not need to live in Lambeth
to join Lambeth Libraries, just bring proof
of your address, wherever it is, to one of
the nine libraries in Lambeth, including
Books are supplied by the library, group members just need to bring £2 to each meeting to cover the cost of refreshments.
The book group will discuss a different book each month.
Group members will take it in turns to choose the book, from the Lambeth Libraries book groups’ list of books. Lambeth Libraries have multiple copies of a large number of books, as they run several book groups. These books cover a wide range of contemporary fiction.
You can come to the book group even if you haven’t read the whole book for the month or didn’t like the book. The book group discussions welcome all opinions.