Category: Meetings

May's meetings will take place on

MONDAY 20TH MAY - St Mirin's Cathedral Parish Halls, Paisley  1.00 - 4.00pm

THURSDAY 23RD MAY - Your Voice, Greenock 11.00 - 12.30 (please note change of time).

New members always welcome to both meetings.

 
Category: Meetings

Fibro PaIN (Paisley) meets on Monday 15th April 2013 at 1.00pm in St Mirins' Parish Halls.  Guest speaker is Alyson Dunlop who will be talking about using hypnotherapy for pain relief.

Fibro PaIN (Greenock) meets on Thursday 18th April 2013 at 10.30am in Your Voice.  Guest speaker is Fiona Collins, Rheumatology Physio based at IRH, Greenock and RAH, Paisley.   Fiona specialises in fibromyalgia and has been running a successful fibromyalgia self management course for many years.

 
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Fibro PaIN now has a satellite group started up in Greenock.   Your Voice (Community Care Project) had facilitated bringing together a small group of fibromyalgia sufferers to form a support group, and there was agreement that the group will operate as part of the Paisley & Inverclyde Network.

The group will meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month, in Your Voice, Greenock from 10.30-12.00. 

 
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Our monthly meeting is Monday 21st January in St Mirins Cathedral Parish Halls at 1.00pm.   We do not have a planned speaker, allowing members the opportunity to chat amongst themselves and discuss anything to to with their fibro.

 

We also have an evening/social meeting on Tuesday 29th January in Canal Station Bar, Stow St, Paisley at 7.00pm.   This is an opportunity for those members who cannot attend during the day to get to meet and discuss fibro issues, and also for all members to meet socially for a chat.   Food is served until 7.30pm. 

 

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