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BoxHead Craft is the world’s only manufacturer of blank BoxHeads for kids to design, decorate and wear.

Every pack includes 3 templates to practice on, one BoxHead for you and one mini-BoxHead AKA the Prototype for an action figure or toy.

These fun, robust BoxHeads are easy to assemble and wear and can even double up as the ultimate in bedroom and playroom storage.

BoxHead Craft also makes T Shirts too, so you can decorate your T with your own skin or that of your favorite YouTuber or Minecraft character.

Nethermined will be BoxHead Craft’s first event in the North East and we’re looking forward to seeing you there.

Minifigure Madness will be at Nethermined 4!

They will have loads of great gaming-related gifts and more!
Head on over to the Exhibition zone and take a look at what they have.
From plushies to customized mugs. Minifigure Madness has it all!

We are supporting

Alfie Ward was born on the 25th May 2002, he weighed 7lb 12.5oz. On the 27th May 2008 and the 15th October 2010 Alfie became a big brother to Bailey and Freddie, two young boys who love Alfie as much as he loves them. Alfie started life a happy and healthy little boy, that was until he was diagnosed with Ganglineuroblastoma in September 2005 at the age of 3 years. Alfie was just starting nursery when this diagnosis came through. Doctors agreed to keep an eye on it through routine scans. Unfortunately, at the end of 2007, during a routine MRI scan, doctors found another lump in Alfie’s abdomen and in January 2008 he was diagnosed with stage 4 high-risk neuroblastoma. With Alfie due to become a big brother in May 2008 his parents feared the worst…that he would never meet his younger brother. Alfie then began the road to recovery and started the remission step of neuroblastoma. He went back to school, enjoyed being back amongst his many friends and continued to develop into a handsome little boy. During another routine MRI scan in Dec 2011, the doctors found a query with the result. This t resulted in Alfie having more scans and tests. Although not diagnosed as a relapse of neuroblastoma, doctors decided Alfie needed to start intense chemotherapy to shrink the thickening area they found near Alfie’s spine and kidneys. Unfortunately, chemotherapy didn’t shrink it enough but confirmed that it was Relapse of neuroblastoma. All I want is for my 15-year-old boy to enjoy the rest of his life and try and get rid of this disease once and for all. Thank you so much for taking the time to read about my beautiful boy, anything you can do would be greatly appreciated. We’ve almost reached £100,000

The Chronicle Sunshine Fund provides equipment to hundreds of disabled children in the North East every year. A group of ladies will this year be heading off to trek Kerala raising not only money for this amazing charity but also in conjunction with specialist travel company Travel Eyes and therefore will be guiding blind or partially sited fellow trekkers. This year’s trek is expected to be both physically and emotionally challenging but the ladies look forward to raising plenty of funds for such a worthwhile charity. We will be supporting them in this challenge and helping them in their group fundraising mission over the course of the weekend.

If you would like to support Amy visit: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/amy-whyte

How We’re Helping

We are a non-profit community group, based in South East Northumberland. We also have branches in Berwick and Hexham, which enable us to cover all of the North East, Cumbria and Scottish Borders.

We offer training, support, advice, bespoke activities, youth group, outdoor learning, parties, trips and much more, to families who have children with additional needs and disabilities.

Our Mission

Our mission is to empower children, parents, carers and families by sharing experience, knowledge and understanding, helping them find their voice, while spreading awareness

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