South Central England
SGFMSG – Stevenage Fibromyalgia Support Group
Helplines: 0844 8872 355 / 0844 8872 373
Email : email@example.com
EVERY 2ND WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH – EVENINGS – 7 for 7.30 – 9.30pm
EVERY LAST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH – MORNINGS - 11 FOR 11.30am – 1.30pm –
At - POPLARS COMMUNITY CENTRE
MAGPIE CRESCENT - THE POPLARS
STEVENAGE - SG2 9 RZ - HERTS
(Adjacent to Sainsbury’s Store,plenty of free parking at the front and rear of the building – also on the SB1 bus route (runs approx. every 15mins from the centre of Stevenage from bus stop A) – evenings not a suitable service as it stops at 7pm so alternative transport would be needed for the evening meetings)
GROUP HELPLINES: 0844 8872 355 OR 0844 8872 373
All welcome – come along and chat to others who understand your illnesses and share experiences and support together. Leaflets – information – slides – powerpoint presentations – over 100 library books for registered members to borrow – guest speakers invited to some meetings .Join for a one off £3 registration then choose if you want to be an annual member or casual member. First visit free taster !
Membership; £12 per person per annum, or a pay as you go casual rate of £2 per meeting attended.
We ask for a £3 entrance should we have a guest speaker towards their travel costs.
We also host weekly drop in sessions for chats and a cuppa – DROP IN STAY A FEW MINUTES OR WHATEVER MAY SUIT YOU EVERY WEDNESDAY – 1 – 3pm
AT Encore Coffee House, at Stevenage Arts & Leisure Centre,
1st floor of Gordon Craig Theatre,
Lytton Way – Stevenage - SG1 1LZ
(Adjacent to the train and bus stations in the town centre).
The Fibronauts Club Netley Abbey, Southampton
Salisbury Fibromyalgia Café
We have recently set up a Fibromyalgia Café at our practice in Salisbury, Wiltshire which is launching on April 27th. This is going to run on the 4th Thursday of every month from 1pm – 2:30pm and will not just be open to our patients.
The main aim of the group is to provide peer support to attendees so it is going to be very informal, just somewhere people can go to chat and make friends – we call it a café as everyone is provided with free tea, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits and it takes place in the onsite café at the practice. The man that is going to facilitate the group is living with fibromyalgia himself and is really excited to set up a group and also arrange other meetings and activities with the members throughout the month (if they like).
Salisbury Medical Practice, Fisherton House, Fountain Way, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7FD
Tel 01722 333 034