Welcome to Fibromyalgia Friends Together
A Big Thanks To All Our
Charnwood Community Lottery Supporters
As a group who are working hard raising money. Helping us to continue the task of helping both sufferers of Fibromyalgia and their carers, with all the care and help we can provide. Also trying to spread the word to the wider public who probably do not know what Fibromyalgia is and how it can affect people’s lives.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank our supporters for continuing to purchase Charnwood Community Lottery tickets.
We are on course to raise £600 annually for our cause!
This support has proved to be invaluable in the current uncertain times.
If anyone else is interested in supporting us. Just click on the link for the Charnwood Community Lottery and purchase a ticket, but do not forget to sponsor Fibromyalgia Friends Together and 50% of that ticket money comes back to us, plus you have a chance of winning a cash prize.
Thanks again for your support.
On this website you will find information on Fibromyalgia, its treatments, what we are doing to raise money for the condition, it sufferers and carers and how we support each other.
We are a friendly, caring and helpful group of people, and if this is your first time on this site please come along to the next meeting, you will be made most welcome. We are a group of like minded people both suffering from Fibromyalgia and also there carers. One of our main aims as a group is to make people aware of this dreadful illness called Fibromyalgia. We meet every third Thursday of the month in the beautiful setting of Ulverscroft Manor set in a tranquil wooded area of Charnwood Forest. We start our meetings with an informal chat accompanied with a drink and snack if required from the well stocked tea rooms at 12:00pm. Followed by a more formal meeting with a structured agenda at 1:15pm. Some months we have guest speakers to talk about a wide range of different subjects.
We have an active Facebook Group at www.facebook.com/fibromyalgiafriendstogether where we discuss the condition and what we are postively doing about it, and where we provide support to one another.