On August 8th 2014 my son was born, the most perfect little baby I had ever seen. Rowan didnt hit any of this developmental milestones and didnt talk until he was nearly 2. when Rowan attended nursery they referred him to the Autism pathway. 2 years later when Rowan was 4 we saw a dr who sat me and my wife down and said "Rowan has Autism". So what happens next? you have to get on with it! my wife looked everywhere for places for us to go and friends for Rowan and she joined the Little rainbows group. They are a group of wonderful volunteers who organise trips, days out, parties and picnics just to name a few of the things they do. All the things Rowan has done costs money and even though we pay a small amount the rest is topped up by this wonderful charity.We are very grateful for them for all the things Rowan has done and been able to attend with them as normally he wouldn't due to his needs. Me, my sister Julie, brother in law Martin , my eldest nephew Sam and 2 of Martins friends Emma and Bob are looking forward to raising as much money as we can.