Chester and Wirral Area ME Self-Help Group
Contact: Joan Crawford
Telephone: 01244 370988
Chester MESH is a Chester-based self-help group aimed at people from Cheshire, Merseyside and North Wales suffering with, or carers of people with ME/CFS who wish to be pro-active in their own recovery programme.
The group usually meets the first Saturday of February, April, June, August, October and December in Hoole Community Centre, Westminster Road, Hoole, Chester from 1.00pm to 2.30pm. This is easily found just off Hoole Road (A56), which is the main road into Chester from the M53 (look for the green ‘Chester MESH’ road signs on the day of the meeting).
The centre is fully accessible and has a toilet for the disabled. There is a large car park immediately outside the main entrance at the side of the building.
Friends with ME – North Liverpool
Contact: Alisha Whittam
Facebook: Friends with ME North West. This is a closed group for people with ME. Please apply by ‘joining group’.
South Sefton ME/CFS Support Group
Contact: Irene or Pat
Telephone: 0151 284 8477
The group meets on the third Thursday in each month between 2 and 4pm at the Linacre Mission, Linacre Road, Liverpool L21 8NS (entrance through door on Bowden Street), and makes a small admission charge of £2 to cover room hire. There are no meetings in January, April, August or December.
Fibro and ME/CFS Info Southport
Facebook Page: Fibro & CFS/ME Info Southport.
If you would like to find out more about coping and living well with these chronic misunderstood illnesses, our weekly support meetings are maybe what you need. The group meets on Thursdays 11.30am-1.15pn at The Community Fire Station (Community Room). Albert Road, Southport Merseyside. PR9 0LH.
See our Facebook page for updates on the support group meetings, as sometimes Frederica Moretti is unable to make the meeting. However, feel free to call her on 01704 381 983 to check. Or for further information.
The ME Association
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