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  • The Future of CLAPA’s Branches

    After a lengthy review of the Branch Network that has been a part of CLAPA since the very beginning, we’ve made some changes to improve the ways volunteers and fundraisers can work together.

  • Awareness Week 2018: Every Smile Tells a Story

    Awareness Week 2018 is drawing to a close. Here we look back on some of the highlights of the week, and look forward to how we'll keep the momentum going in 2018!

  • Adults Engagement Roadshow - Belfast, Northern Ireland

    23 Aug 2018 17:00 - 23 Aug 2018 20:00

    Adults Engagement Roadshow - Belfast, Northern Ireland

    The Belfast event of the CLAPA Adult Engagement Roadshow is an opportunity for adults living in Northern Ireland who were born with a cleft to come together, share their stories and have their say on the adult-tailored services that CLAPA (and others working with cleft) should be offering.

  • Adults Engagement Roadshow - Glasgow, Scotland

    29 Aug 2018 17:00 - 29 Aug 2018 20:00

    Adults Engagement Roadshow - Glasgow, Scotland

    The Glasgow event of the CLAPA Adult Engagement Roadshow is an opportunity for adults living in Scotland who were born with a cleft to come together, share their stories and have their say on the adult-tailored services that CLAPA (and others working with cleft) should be offering.