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Orpington Support Group

Contact: Penny

Tel: 01689 869570

Contact this group

pmrgca.orpington@gmail.com

Orpington Support Group meet on the second Tuesday of each month from 10am - 12 noon in the hall at St Paul's Church, Crofton Road. Tea and coffee is available.

Support groups are a really great opportunity to meet, with other and share information.

Location St Paul's Church, Crofton Road, Orpington, Kent BR6 8JE There is disabled access to the main church and hall.

Train - Nearest station is Orpington mainline station (trains from Charing Cross, London Bridge and Victoria or from Ashford, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells).

Buses - If arriving by train at Orpington exit the station via Crofton (Taxi rank) entrance and cross the road to the bus stop facing up hill. Take a 61, 353, 654, R2 or R3 to the bus stop at Oakwood Road/St Paul's Church.

Parking - There is a church car park, if this is full there is ample street parking around the church. Please avoid block any driveway in Oakwood Road or elsewhere.

£4 entry - includes refreshments and contribution to hall hire.

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Tue 14 Jan 2020
Victor Childs Room, St Paul's Church, Crofton Road, Orpington, Kent BR6 8JE

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Orpington Support Group 2020 Meeting information

2020
Orpington Support Group Meetings
Victor Child's Room, St Paul's Church, Crofton Road, Orpington, Kent BR6 8JE 10am - 12 Noon
 
14 January - Dr Sarah Medley - talk and Q&As on steroid induced Osteoporosis. 
11 February - Five Ways to Save a Life - Rosie McGloughlin of St John's Ambulance
10 March - awaiting confirmation
14 April - awaiting confirmation
12 May - awaiting confirmation
9 June - An Awareness/Fundraising event for PMRGGCAuk
14 July - awaiting confirmation
11 August - awaiting confirmation
8 September - awaiting confirmation
13 October - awaiting confirmation
10 November - Following the meeting we will have our 3rd annual 'The Extremely Early Christmas Lunch' at The Black Horse in Locksbottom.
No Meeting December
 
Wherever possible you are asked to book in a week ahead of meetings but never let that stop you from coming! Support Groups and Meet Ups are open to all with polymyalgia rheumatica or giant cell arteritis, their relatives and friends. 

Orpington Support Group welcomes new members

The meeting is an opportunity to share information about the conditions and find out how others manage.

Members who attend regularly also attend local pilates groups, do Nordic walking, Tai Chi and more. They are always happy to share relevant information. We welcome new members so if you haven't been before please come and join us for a cup of coffee and find out more.

Orpington Support Group welcomes new members

Look forward to seeing you at the Orpington Support Group this month.

The meeting is an opportunity to share information about the conditions and find out how others manage.

Members who attend regularly also attend local pilates groups, do Nordic walking, Tai Chi and more. They are always happy to share relevant information. We welcome new members so if you haven't been before please come and join us for a cup of coffee and find out more!

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