Win a visit from the Autistic Gardener
World Autism Awareness Month – April 2019
Schools & Colleges – Win a chance to share your Silly Sock Day with Channel 4’s Autistic Gardener!
Silly Sock Day is back and we can’t wait to see your socks! On Friday 5th April we will be holding our annual Silly Sock Day as part of World Autism Awareness Week (1-7 April).
On that day we ask you to wear your silliest, craziest, wackiest socks to school, work, or even challenge your friends and family to wear their most outrageous socks for a day at home, to help us to raise vital funds.
Sign up below for your FREE fundraising pack. All Schools & Colleges who have signed-up and are based in the West Midlands area have the opportunity to be entered into a free draw to win a visit from our local gardening hero ‘The Autistic Gardener’.
Alan shot to fame when his channel 4 gardening documentary ‘The Autistic Gardener’ first aired in 2015. He was 15 when his love of gardening flourished. He puts it down to two things – a cactus he purchased from a local florist which he nurtured on his bedroom window sill and a seed catalogue. Since then he has won numerous awards at Chelsea, Hampton Court and Tatton Park.
So make sure you sign up today and receive a FREE pack including autism awareness classroom resources and everything you will need to get your Silly Sock Day into full swing!
Terms and Conditions
By ticking the prize draw box on Autism West Midlands Silly Sock Day sign-up form, not only are you signing up for free resources for Silly Sock Day but your school or college will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win a visit to your school from Alan Gardner.
This competition is promoted by Autism West Midlands, a company limited by guarantee, registration number 1953344 (England & Wales) and a charity registered in England and Wales under number 517077, whose registered office is Regent Court, George Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 1NU.
By entering this competition all entrants agree to be bound by the terms and conditions listed below. Autism West Midlands reserve the right to reject entries from those who do not fully meet these terms and conditions.
This competition is open to entrants from schools and colleges located in the West Midlands area only.
Employees of Autism West Midlands, close relatives, and anyone else connected with the organising of this competition are not permitted to enter.
Entries to the competition are made by ticking the competition tick box on the Autism West Midlands Silly Sock Day sign up form. Please note that you will not be entered into the prize draw if this box is not ticked. If you have ticked the box and would like your school or college to be withdrawn, please contact email@example.com.
Schools and colleges must be registered by a relevant schools regulatory body in the UK.
The date of the visit will be decided due to availability of Alan Gardner, and may be an alternative date to Autism West Midlands official Silly sock Day. The winning school or college will not be able to choose a specific date for the visit.
Schools and colleges who choose to participate must be aware that Autism West Midlands will share the school name of the winner on our website and digital channels. The winning school accepts that it may receive a level of publicity. All media enquiries should be referred to Autism West Midlands.
One entry is allowed per school. If we receive more than one sign-up per school these will not be counted.
**** Updated**** The closing time and date for entries is 11.59pm (Greenwich Mean Time) on Sunday 24th March 2019. All entries received after this time will not be entered. Autism West Midlands accept no responsibility for entries received late or not received, for any reason.
The winning entry will be selected at random from the list of schools & colleges who ticked the competition box on the 2019 form, and who have met all other terms and conditions.
Autism West Midlands and Alan Gardner reserve the right to cancel or amend the competition details and/or these terms and conditions without notice should an event outside of Autism West Midlands or Alan Garner’s control happen. Any changes to these terms and conditions or to the competition generally will be publicised on this website.
Silly Sock Day 2019
On Friday 5th April we are holding our annual Silly Sock Day as part of World Autism Awareness Week (1-7 April). On that day we ask you to wear your silliest, craziest, wackiest socks to school, work, or even challenge your friends and family to wear their most outrageous socks for a day at home, to help us raise vital funds. Sign up below for your FREE fundraising pack.
Why We Need Your Support
The funds you raise will enable us to support autistic people and their families at every stage of their journey from getting a diagnosis to finding tools and strategies to lead a fulfilling life. Please help us during World Autism Awareness Month.
The supported living scheme is on track for its grand opening during Autism Awareness Month April 2019 and it is hoped that people will start to move into their new homes from this date onwards.