Contact: Anne Storey

Tel: 0300 999 5090

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The Greater London support group holds four meetings a year at venues in Central London. Each venue will be within easy walking distance of a mainline train station. Each meeting has an expert speaker on a relevant area of interest, followed by networking and the opportunity to meet and share experiences with others.The group is open to anyone with PMR and/or GCA, friends, family and anyone who is interested in finding out more.

There is no formal membership for the group, but a small donation is suggested if you would like to attend.

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THURSDAY 23 APRIL at 14:30 (GMT)

For invitation and details on how to join meeting hosted by Dorothy Byrne with Anne Storey please email: with your name
by 5pm on Tuesday 21 April.

You will receive details via email on Wednesday 22 April.

All face to face meetings of the London Support Group have been cancelled during the corona virus pandemic.

Members of PMRGCAuk can attend meetings via Zoom*.

If you are not a member of the charity and would like to join you can do that online at

Please email if you would like to receive notices of forthcoming Zoom* meetings.


*Zoom allows us to have video conferences and webinars across mobile devices, desktops and telephones. It is simple to use. We send you a link and a meeting ID. We are just a click away.

London Group June meeting - CANCELLED

Our meeting on 15th June has been cancelled due to Coronavirus.  We hope to resume future meetings, but when this will be will depend on the Coronavirus guidance at the time.

The charity states that people taking immunosuppressive drugs, including prednisolone and other cortico-steroids and methotrexate are NOT at increased risk of catching the Coronavirus (Covid-19) virus.  It does seem that the infection may have a greater risk of complications in people taking these drugs but the very strong advice is that nobody should change their treatment regime except under medical instructions.

Keep washing your hands, and NHS 111 should be your first port of call.

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