Sheffield M.E. Group
A Charity offering Support to Local People with ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia

In Sheffield, there are an estimated 2,000 sufferers of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME); otherwise known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or CFS. Sheffield M.E. Group is registered charity providing a point of contact, information and support for people with M.E. of all ages and their families and carers.

The Group also seeks to raise general awareness of ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia, and to educate the general public through the promotion and dissemination of knowledge about these illnesses.

Sheffield M.E. Group runs a variety of services, such as an information service, regular and special meetings, a library and newsletter, a listening ear, and social meetings.



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Aviva Community Fund 2015 Winner

Thank you to everyone who voted for us! We have won £1,000 to fund events. Isolation can be a big problem for members, and we want to help them to get in contact and meet for mutual support and friendship.



Information/Awareness Days at Crystal Peaks Shopping Centre

There will be an information/awareness stall at Crystal Peaks (on the Upper level, opposite McDonalds) on Wednesday 2nd September, Wednesday 16th September, Thursday 8th October, Thursday 22nd October, Sunday 8th November, and Sunday 22nd November, 2015.



Annual Conference, 13th October, 2015

All members, and the general public, are invited to our Annual Conference. It will be held on Tuesday 13th October, between 1:00 and 4:30pm, at The Circle on Rockingham Lane. Our guest speaker is the nutritionist and writer Emma Cockrell. Emma overcame a "mystery fatigue" which followed a bout of glandular fever many years ago, and she is a director of Nutritionhelp.


 
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Sheffield M.E. Group Patrons

We are very pleased to have the renowned young people's author Berlie Doherty as one of our patron. Berlie's numerous awards include receiving the Carnegie Medal twice. She is published in many forms of writing including novels, story books, poems and plays. Visit her website at www.berliedoherty.com.

Bishop Steven Croft We are glad to have Rt. Reverend Steven Croft as one of our patrons. Since being ordained in 1983, he has served in many places and became Bishop of Sheffield in 2009. He is the co-author of Emmaus: the Way of the Faith (1996-2003), a set of resources for Christian Nurture widely used in the UK and across the world.


 

Why not view a selection of Berlie's books sold on Amazon?

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