Category Archives: Support Meetings

Regional Conference in Taunton

There is a regional conference coming up and you’re invited!

When? 11 March from 10am – 4pm
Where? Holiday Inn, Taunton

Register now!

The next regional conference will be held at the Holiday Inn, Taunton on Saturday 11th March, 2017.  The conference is a great opportunity to hear the latest news in care, campaigning and research and how you can make a contribution to the work of the MND Association.

The day begins at 10am and runs until 4pm with plenty of time during the day to network and make new friends.

For more details visit the MND Regional Conference page.



Winsley Support Group is back for 2017!

Winsley Village HallThe MND Support Group meeting at Winsley is back every other month.

The group will meet at 1.30pm until 3.30pm on the first Friday of February (3rd), April (7th), June (2nd), August (4th), October (6th) and December (1st) in 2017. There will be tea, coffee and cake. Bring a box if you’d prefer to take some cake home!

Winsley Village Hall is situated near the Seven Stars Pub/Restaurant and behind the Social Club. The post code for the hall is BA15 2LH. There is a car park right alongside the hall which has a ramp and is wheelchair friendly.

Everyone across the Bristol and Bath area are welcome!

Please contact Daphne Cox to let her know if you are coming and also if require transport. Email Daphne Cox: [email protected]

If you know anyone who may benefit from coming please do pass it on.

Bath Support Group Suspended

Due to unprecedented low numbers of people living with MND in the Bath and N.E. Somerset (which of course is a good thing) a decision has been taken to suspend the Support Group for the foreseeable future.

The purpose of the Support Group is to enable people living with MND to meet others in a similar situation and with MNDA volunteers who offer signposting to information regarding management of MND.

If I receive information indicating this support is needed in the future I will be happy to reconvene the group.

Ruth Noakes.