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Exeter and East Devon Down's Syndrome Group

We are a friendly, supportive group for individuals of all ages who have Down's Syndrome, their parents, relatives, friends and carers, and anyone who has an interest in or involvement with this condition.

Our New Parent Contact provides a listening ear, advice and friendly support especially for expectant/new parents of babies/small children with Down's. For her contact details, please get in touch with the Secretary, above.

We have social events, regular tenpin bowling for teenagers/young adults, informal meetings and get-togethers at a variety of venues, and we organise activities, most recently clay modelling, African Drumming, archery, our 2017 Drama Workshops and Christmas performance with Inspiring Arts, and alpaca trekking.

We send out 3 - 4 newsletters per year, aiming to inform and update about activities, other events taking place in the area, and any matters of interest to members and their families.

We are always glad to welcome new members and to offer a listening ear and support around diagnosis, early days, education, health issues and indeed any challenges whenever they occur.

Devon County Council uses an SEND flag to list services which define themselves as suitable for children and young people with SEND. These are part of Devon's SEND Local Offer. We recommend that you contact the service provider to make sure the service is suitable for your child or young person.


Contact Name
Harriet Hall
Contact Position
Group Secretary
01392 410817
07480 301244


Further information

Cost Details
Many activities free; small contribution for some events
General information

For details about our next meeting or event, or to be added to our mailing list for regular newsletters and updates, contact the Secretary.

Last updated: 20/09/2020
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