Rewind to Thursday 19th October at 7.00pm

Awareness months for Down Syndrome and The Menopause, plus the re-opening of The Pioneer Club with Headliner Spaces.

The Parents’ Show with Lydia, Andreea, Neil and Dave

Rayden Solicitors sponsors The Parents’ Show

This week, as part of Down Syndrome Awareness month,  we hear from Michelle Bolton from DS Achieve, who spoke to Neil about the work of the charity and how they support and help Down Syndrome children to achieve their potential. Michelle’s son Tom was born with DS, and she speaks openly about how Tom’s diagnosis has changed them and their life for the better.

Then, earlier this month, the Pioneer Club in St Albans held its grand re-opening charity fundraiser in aid of the new developments at the club, including a totally revamped live music venue with a new sound system, the new Suet Yard bar and café and soon to be opened state-of-the-art recording studio alongside the existing skatepark, all to encourage and help local young people enjoy learning, creating music and performing music.

Mix 92.6 popped along, and Jez Dutton met up with Danny Clare, who explained the new setup to us.

October is also Menopause Awareness month, and October 18th is Menopause awareness day. To help raise awareness of how it affects women and what support they can get, Lydia spoke earlier this year to Helen Brown, a local menopause wellness practitioner from St Albans Menopause Wellness.

The Parents Show is sponsored by Rayden Solicitors.

Photo courtesy of DS Achieve

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