Category: Fundraising

Charity Fashion Show to coincide with National Fibromyalgia Awareness Week, which runs from 05-13 September 2015

Come along to Matalan, Pheonix Retail Park, Linwood and see our models showing off some of the latest seasons clothes... including a few special *fibro inspired* outfits

Read more: Charity Fashion Show in aid of Fibro PaIN
 
Category: Fundraising

Fibro PaIN will have an awareness/fundraising stall at Market & Events Paisley's monthly indoor market in the Lagoon Centre, Paisley on Saturday 26/04/14 from 10.00 - 2.00.   As well as handing out information leaflets and chatting to people about fibromyalgia, there will also be a selection of FMA UK merchandise on sale. 

If you are in the area, pop along and say hello to our very own *fibro duck* Hazel

 
Category: Fundraising

There is just under a month left to keep collecting

Fibro PaIN is collecting the Paisley Daily Express Wish Tokens which are in the paper every day between now and April 2014.  If you get the paper, please keep the tokens for us.  Tokens can be sent to Fibro PaIN, Studio 3007, Mile End, Abbeymill Business Centre, Paisley PA1 1JS.   Help us to support even more people with fibromyalgia in the Renfrewshire area.  thanks. 

 
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Fibro PaIN  are holding their annual Craft Fayre and Awareness Event on Saturday 13th September in the Parish Halls,  St Mirins Cathedral, Paisley.  The event runs from 10.00am-2.000pm

There will be local crafters selling a wide variety of items, a 'pamper'room,  tea room,  tombola and raffle.   Face painting for the children.  Musical entertainment will be provided by Feevents Presents´╗┐.

FMA UK's fibromyalgia awareness week runs from 6th-14th September. 

For information on fibromyalgia visit www.fmauk.org

 
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UPDATE:  A huge thank you to everyone who came along and supported our Awareness Event & Craft Fayre.  We had 20+ stall selling a wide variety of goods.  After costs, a grand total of ┬ú226.65 was raised which will be shared between Fibro PaIN and FMA UK

As part of National Fibromyalgia Awarneness Week (8th - 15th September), Fibro PaIN are holding an Awareness Event & Craft Fayre on Saturday 14th September, in St Mirins Cathedral Parish Halls, Paisley from 11.00am - 3.00pm.   There will be a large variety of craft stalls, a tombola, raffle and a cafe selling snacks and refreshments throughout the day.  This will allow both charities to help people with fibromyalgia both locally and nationally.  

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE

Come along and support us as we help to raise awareness of Fibromyalgia

 
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Fibromyalgia Action UK is a registered charity administered primarily by unpaid volunteers. The majority of volunteers are also fibromyalgia sufferers who work extremely hard, despite their condition, in order to forward the cause of fibromyalgia. FMA UK was established in order to provide information and support to sufferers and their families. In addition, the Association provides medical information for professionals and operates a national helpline.
  • How can I get involved? Get involved on social media:  Add a Twibbon to your Facebook and Twitter profile pictures: http://twibbon.com/support/fight-fibro-2017 Join our Thunderclap on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr: http://thndr.me/PQAxdt Spread the word by liking, sharing and retweeting our posts and videos on Facebook (@ukfibro) and Twitter (@fmauk) Take a selfie and post it on social media...

  • Lynsey Read-Edwards from Norfolk together with her husband Paul will walk 14 km from Dale Head to Catbells in Lake District on 23 September for FMA UK with the aim of raising £1,000. She has already raised £760. Lynsey told us: ‘’I wish to complete the challenge and raise awareness for Fibromyalgia...

  • Demi-Louise Bailey has contacted us with her story about competing in charity pageants, and is competing in Miss Voluptuous UK in September.  She tells us:  "I was diagnosed when I was 15 (2012)- at this time in my life I was practically immobile. I was forced out of school. I had...