The Cleft Lip and Palette Association (CLAPA) are holding their first ever residential weekend in Northern Ireland.
Running from Friday May 1 to Sunday May 3 at the Crawfordsburn Activity Centre, Bangor, CLAPA say the weekend is all about “having fun.”
It also gives young people born with a cleft, the chance to meet with others who have the same condition, and doing so in a safe and fun environment.
The weekend is primarily aimed at children and young people born with a cleft from Northern Ireland, aged 9 to 15 years old.
You can get more information, including an application form at www.clapa.com/news/event/2068