In It Together

Due to the Covid-19 restrictions and social distancing the centre is currently closed with support being offered to families via email and social media or booked telephone calls.

Along with our group sessions Sunbeams Play is proud to provide a holistic service, supporting parents and carers of children and young people affected by autism and linked conditions.

In support of the country’s fight against the coronavirus Sunbeams has closed ALL groups until further notice.
In order to maintain the centre and ensure it is able to reopen when the time is right our support coordinator plans to continue to work and we will do our utmost to provide online and phone support with health, education, benefits and general well-being, to registered families but we also have our own children and families to support, with this in mind please understand that we are not able to provide a 24hr service.
If you need to contact us you are welcome to call Sue on 07484085777. If your call isn’t answered please leave a voicemail or text and your call will be returned as soon as possible. Sometimes numbers left on voicemail are unclear and we are unable to call. If your call is urgent or you do not hear within 24hrs please try again.
Facebook and email sue@sunbeamsplay.org.uk, will be monitored but any messages left on Facebook may not be seen until the next day and will be answered as soon as we are available.

We've added some links below, this is a difficult time for us all lets do our best to support each other stay well and safe.

Downloadable colouring sheets
Sunbeams Colouring sheets

Crayola free colouring pages

Thumbs Up Royal Mail

Educational resources
Norfolk Community Council
Book Club
British Science Association
Home Schooling


Craft ideas
Paper Magic
YouTube craft ideas
YouTube 2
Activity Village
50 Fun Activities
Activities for all ages






Staying safe and well
National Online Safety

Coronavirus advice for parents

Every Mind Matters

Gov Uk

Autism and Mental Health

Just One Norfolk

Im Autistic Card