Hertfordshire

Chiltern Fibromyalgia and ME/CFS Support Group
Contact: Teresa Williams, coordinator.
Website: https://microtherapyclinic.com/chiltern-fibromyalgia-chronic-fatigue-group/
Telephone: 0844 887 2464 or  01582 873 297
Email: S.BucksFM@gmail.com
Covering the areas of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. From Tring, Hemel Hempstead, Uxbridge, Slough and High Wycombe.
The group aims to support people with fibromyalgia and CFS/ME and their family’s and friend’s. We try to run a positive group to share our ideas and concerns on how to cope with the syndromes. We try and keep up-to-date with the latest and tested treatments, so we don’t waste our money on inappropriate treatments. We know it is not easy living with constant pain and fatigue, especially as we often don’t look unwell and family, friends and doctors sometimes have very little sympathy for us.
Meeting times: Monthly usually the 3rd Monday of the month. Bi-monthly at 1.30 p.m. in Seer Green, Bucks UK.  Socials at other venues. The group is currently run by Teresa Williams. Linda Horncastle is now on the Medical Advisory Board for the national charity FMA UK.

St Albans M.E. Group

Contact: Maxine Ellis
Email: stalbans.m.e.group@gmail.com
Facebook: St Albans M.E. Group (This is a closed group so you will need to apply to join) and also, Parents of Children with CFS/M.E/Fibro in Hertfordshire.
Website: http://stalbansmegroup.wix.com/mysite
Hertfordshire’s first active M.E. group for many years was formed early in 2016 with Maxine Ellis at the helm and concentrating in the first instance on her home city of St Albans and the neighbouring district.
It is available to anyone with M.E, fibromyalgia or similar conditions. The group is now open to all areas of Hertfordshire. It has around 160 members. Meetings take place on the second Wednesday of every month, at London Colney Community centre, St Albans, AL2 1PU. Around 15-20 people come to each meeting. The group also run yoga sessions monthly, and have a regular newsletter.


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