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Register for our next event (September)

These days are a fantastic way of meeting other parents and families of children with arthritis. They are great fun, an opportunity for your family to enjoy themselves as well as meet other people who understand.

There will be a great choice of activities to choose from – something for all the family! In the morning there will be a group bowling session, and in the afternoon your family will have the choice between a range of activities including Ice Skating, Clip n Climb, Indiana Land & Pirate Golf.

Pre-registration is essential – please book online at using the buttons above/ below.

This event is open to all ages, and all the family (at least one parent must attend). Versus Arthritis will cover the cost of all your family’s activities as well as provide a lunch buffet. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Catherine at

New event for 12-18 year olds

This July we are going to try out a brand new venue and we cannot wait! Let’s Go Hydro has it all: an Inflatable Aqua Park, fun activities, Glamping pods, and maybe even some toasted marshmallows!

We will be meeting at 7pm (we will be in touch closer to the time once you register to confirm exact times) at Let’s Go Hydro, Belfast on Friday 26th July. We’ll stay overnight in the glamping pods and then we’ll have a day of fun activities and opportunities to share tips about dealing with things like joint pain, finishing up late afternoon on the Saturday (again please wait for exact times to be confirmed).

Any questions, contact Catherine at

We run events for young people who have arthritis (and their families) in Northern Ireland