Our Member Support Groups

Member Support Groups are an excellent way to relieve the feeling of isolation that patients feel and they provide the opportunity to hear how others are dealing with their condition.

We’d love to expand our network of Support Groups. If there is not one in your area please consider forming one.
Please login if you are a member to see the support group contact details below.

Gloucestershire

Coordinator: Susan Childs

Lancashire

Coordinator: Sandra Riley

Wiltshire

Coordinator: Susan Large

West Midlands

Coordinator: Jean Jenkins

West Sussex

Coordinator: Helen Willis

South Wales

Coordinator: Karyl Carter

North East England

Coordinator: Helen Kelly

East Sussex

Coordinator: Benita Johnson

West Wales

Coordinator: Mandy Whiteland

Bedfordshire

Coordinator: Margaret Downes

Somerset

Coordinator: Louise Jones

Greater London East

Coordinator: Jacqueline Gold

Hampshire

Coordinator: open

Leicestershire

Coordinator: open

South Scotland

Coordinator: Arlene McGlynn

West Sussex Support Group Meeting

The second meeting of the new West Sussex Member Support Group Meeting will be on Tuesday 28th January. We offer a welcoming and friendly environment where PAS members share experiences and support each other with what can be a difficult and complex condition. Do come along and join us, and other members of the society […]Find out more »

East Sussex Support Group Meeting

The first meeting of the new East Sussex Member Support Group Meeting will be on on the 31st of January. We offer a welcoming and friendly environment where PAS members share experiences and support each other with what can be a difficult and complex condition. Do come along and join us, and other members of […]Find out more »

North East England Support Group Meeting

Join us at the next meeting of the North East England Support Group. We offer a welcoming and friendly environment where PAS members share experiences and support each other with what can be a difficult and complex condition. We look forward to seeing you there!Find out more »

Greater London East Support Group Meeting February

Join us at the next meeting of the Greater London East Support Group. We offer a welcoming and friendly environment where PAS members share experiences and support each other with what can be a difficult and complex condition. Do come along and join us, and other members of the society for a chance to share […]Find out more »

South Wales Support Group Meeting

Join us at the next ever-popular South Wales Support Group that will take place on Saturday 7th March from 10.30am until 12.30pm. There’s been a great deal of activity that we need to update you on, and you get free tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks. These meetings are a great way to meet fellow […]Find out more »

Gloucestershire Support Group Meeting

We offer a welcoming and friendly environment where PAS members share experiences and support each other with what can be a difficult and complex condition. Do come along and join us, and other members of the society for a chance to share your experience of living with Pernicious Anaemia in a supportive and friendly environment. Interested in attending ? or would you like more information? Find out more »

Lancashire Support Group Meeting

Join us at the next Lancashire Support Group that will take place on 25th March 2020 from 13.30 until 16.00. These meetings are a great way to meet fellow sufferers and make new friends – and remember it’s all free. We look forward to meeting you again in Preston! Interested in attending ? or would you like more information?Find out more »

Wiltshire Support Group Meeting 30 March

The next PAS meeting in Wiltshire is on Monday 30th March from 7pm-9pm in Swindon. Any member can join us for a chat, a cuppa, a chance to exchange information and make new friends. Member Support Groups are an excellent way to relieve the feeling of isolation that patients feel and they provide the opportunity […]Find out more »

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