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Christmas campaign 2023

Updated: Nov 9, 2023

We have decided to do it slightly differently this year. We ask that all 25 banners go on display on the 1st of December and remain hanging until January. Each day we will put out a post with “In association with (days location) and Service Graphics” in the sign off part of the post. The posts themselves will be from followers, other autistic people and advocates, or staff of the business’s and companies involved.

We wanted the Christmas campaign to be about community, compassion and belonging. It is in this spirit that we are opening up the posts to anyone that would like to write one. It can be a favourite memory or the season, a viewpoint of a different culture, the spirit of renewal or a poem/other creative post.

We tend to make posts up to the size of a single Instagram posting, which is 2200 characters. We suggest any submissions a maximum of 1800 to 2000 characters (including spaces). Please just email us at and with “Christmas posts” in the heading.

We will reply to any emails that we can, but will aim to contact everyone with a post that will be included in the campaign before the 1st of December.

1. Birchcroft-Hideaway, Dorset

2. Blackaddie Country House, Dumfries & Galloway

3. Cossington Park, Somerset

4. Courtyard by Marriott, Inverness

5. Culloden House Hotel, Inverness

6. Glebe House Cottages

7. Higher Lank Farms, Bodmin

8. Hoe Grange Holidays, Derbyshire

9. James Young High School, Livingston

10. Lake District Wildlife Park

11. Littleborough Rugby Club

12. Lt. Granaden Airfield, Bedfordshire

13. Maryculter House, Aberdeenshire

14. Mas Body Gym, Middlesbrough

15. Milnrow Cricket Club

16. Nanteos Mansion

17. Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, Somerset

18. Sandcastle Waterpark, Blackpool

19. Scottish Parliament Building, Edinburgh

20. Taychreggan, Loch Awe

21. The Aberdeen Bridge Club

22. The Carriers Arms, Wiltshire

23. The Sheldon Bed and Breakfast, Eastbourne

24. Wymondham Garden Centre

25. TBC

To any of the locations that may not have received their banner last year, or if you would prefer not to be involved this year, please get in touch with us.

Thank you to everyone involved and we look forward to seeing the posts and creating the campaign together.

All our best and love

Ross Fraser and Jeni Dern


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Last year we turned the UK into a giant advent calendar. This year we would love for you to get involved. We managed to send out 23 banners on our first attempt. This year we are going to display 25 banners in 25 locations across the UK, accompanied by 25 Christmas comment posts.

Please take a look at our Christmas campaign for 2023.

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