The Tuberous Sclerosis Association (TSA) is delighted to confirm dates for community events in 2020, including extra Family Fun Days! Get them marked in your calendar!

By sharing the dates and locations of TSA community events as early as possible, we hope to make planning for event attendance easier.

A wide range of different events will take place in regions across the UK, including two additional Family Fun Days following high demand for the event in 2019!

The fun begins on 14 March with the first Family Fun Day, taking place at Blue Reef Aquarium in Portsmouth. The following month, it is time for Outlook 2020, hosted this year at the Radisson Blu, Durham, on 18 April (more info here).

The TSA is working with the Belfast TSC clinic to confirm a date for our Northern Ireland event, with a further announcement to be made as soon as possible.

Further information on all events will continue to be shared, with updates on the first Family Fun Day expected very soon.

DateEventLocation and venue
14 March 2020Family Fun DayBlue Reef Aquarium (Portsmouth)
18 April 2020Outlook 2020Durham (Radisson Blu Hotel Durham)
16 May 2020Family Fun DayNorth west England (venue to be confirmed)
6 June 2020Welsh Info DayTo be confirmed
18 July 2020Scottish Get TogetherTo be confirmed
15 August 2020Family Fun DayMidlands England (Venue to be confirmed)
14 November 2020TSA Annual
General Meeting 2020
Royal College of Physicians, London
14 November 2020Community Research
Education Afternoon*
Royal College of Physicians, London
*Part of the International TSC Research Conference 2020

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