Bexhill ME Social Group
M.E. Support
Contact: Louise Sargent
Facebook: M.E. Support
My name is Louise Sargent and I launched M.E. Support in 2001, having been living with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis for nine years, in a bid to raise awareness and help fellow sufferers. This is a UK-based website providing worldwide information to hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
I manage M.E. Support daily with the help of a small but invaluable team of Volunteers. I have also been able to expand offline, such as advising the media on M.E. and guiding medical professionals.
I host a social group for people living with M.E. and related conditions in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex with monthly meetups at the De La Warr Pavilion. Please contact me by email to find out more.

Brighton and Hove M.E. Link-Up
Website: Brighton and Hove ME Link
This is a local ME/CFS group for people living in Brighton, Hove and the surrounding areas. We have a regular pub social in central Brighton and welcome all to join and make new friends. This takes place on the second Friday of each month between 3pm and 4pm and you’ll be able to spot us quickly – watch out for the cuddly toys on the table.

Crowborough ME Meetup Group
Email Graham:
If you have an illness like M.E. that makes it difficult for you to participate in the usual social activities, a group of Sussex men and women invite you to join them. They have all experienced M.E. for a number of years and fully understand the frustrations of needing to take life at a more careful pace.
They know how easy it is to lose your self-confidence when it is so tiring to keep going and so have set up up a social group which guarantees a warm and relaxed welcome for all. Partners or carers are also welcome.
Usually we meet at 11.00am on the first Tuesday of each month at Millbrook Garden Centre, and at 12.00pm on the third Wednesday of each month at different places. For more details contact Graham by email.

Hastings and Rother ME Support Group
Contact: Suzi Lyle
Telephone: 01424 423687

Lewes (East Sussex) ME/CFS Support Group
Contact: Sue
Telephone: 01323 654 687

Contact: Janice Kent
Address: reMEmber, PO Box 1647, Hassocks, West Sussex, BN6 9GQ
Telephone: 01273 831733
We help people with ME (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis), also known as CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), to get the best possible treatment and advice to enable them to lead happy and healthy lives.
As well as giving information and advice, reMEmber campaigns for better services and supports biomedical research. We belong to Forward ME, the national group of ME charities which meets at the House of Lords under the chairmanship of the Countess of Mar.

Seahaven Fibromyalgia/ME/CFS Support Group
Contact: Val.
Telephone: 07747 305 666
Friendly, relaxed group to join for a chat, a cuppa and more. Carers and supporters most welcome. We meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, between 12 noon and 2pm, in the Anzac Room, Community House, Meridian Center, Peacehaven BN10 8BB.

Sussex and Kent ME/CFS Society
Contact: Colin Barton.
Address: Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society, PO Box 309, Brighton, BN50 9FR.
Helpline: 01273 674828
The Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society is a registered charity that informs, supports and represents those affected by Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME) or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) across Sussex and Kent.
The role of the Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society remains profoundly important informing, supporting and representing patients. Services include help-lines, newsletters, meetings, Egroup, library and special interest groups etc. The charity keeps in contact with support agencies and medical professionals and has eminent doctors as advisors. We also enjoy the support of a number of patrons including MPs that work in the interests of ME/CFS patients.
The Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society’s main aim is to see those affected by ME/CFS lead the best lives possible. We aim to share reliable information to enable people to make decisions about how best their health and lives could be improved.

The ME Association

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