Autism Hour to be held in town store

PUBLISHED: 09:46 05 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:46 05 October 2018

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A Lowestoft store has teamed up with a leading charity to support a “fantastic initiative.”

Pets at Home Lowestoft has teamed up with the National Autistic Society to hold an Autism Hour on Saturday, October 13.

Tina King, store manager at Pets at Home Lowestoft said: “We are proud to be supporting this fantastic initiative once again. We know it makes such a difference to the lives of some of our customers and their families who want to shop for their pets.

“For the first hour of the day on Saturday, October 13 we will be providing a relaxed, stress free, autism-friendly space for our customers.”

Mark Lever, chief executive at the National Autistic Society, said: “With Autism Hour, we want to show retailers the small things they can do to help open up the high street for autistic people.”

To find out more about the National Autistic Society’s Autism Hour, visit

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