Social Events

INFORMAL COFFEE MEETING Wednesday 4th October, 11am

Laveli Bakery

61 South Parade, Chiswick

W4 5LG

(opposite St. Alban’s church, Acton Green)

Laveli is a few minutes’ walk from Chiswick Park tube station. The 94 bus terminus is close by, the 440 passes the door and the 272 bus stop is not far away.

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Network MESH (West London) Annual General Meeting and appointment of committee members

Tuesday 14th November 2017, 2pm
at 9 Priory Avenue, Chiswick, W4 1TX

The official part does not take very long, so this is mostly an informal coffee meeting.

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15 thoughts on “Social Events

  1. Karen Costello

    Dear MESH

    I live in Ealing and was hoping I might be able to attend one of your social gatherings. I have had ME for a number of years and would like to have the opportunity to meet others who understand the condition and be able to socialise for an hour or so. Do you have any forthcoming events I could attend?

    Many thanks
    Karen

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    1. Heidi Post author

      Hello Karen, I will add information about social events on this page once they have been agreed. They are also advertised on our newsletter if you are a member.

      Heidi (editor of the website)

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  2. james

    Hello there, I have recently been diagnosed with Post viral Chronic fatigue syndrome and i am looking for a support group within the Ealing area and wondered if you may be able to help?
    Many thanks
    James

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  3. tim carpenter

    Hi,
    I am diagnosed with CFS / ME. I have been directed to you by the Hillingdon CFS/ME clinic. I am looking for a group in which I can share experiences with similar people. Please can you let me know what meetings you have planned in the Chiswick area in the near future. Do you have a meeting I can come along to before your advertised summer party on 23 July?

    Thank you.

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    1. Heidi Post author

      Hello,

      I’m afraid the summer party in July is the only one that has been planned so far, but as soon as new dates are planned, I will update the website. If you want to come along to the summer party, you are very welcome to join our group! 🙂

      Heidi

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  4. tim carpenter

    Hi Heidi,
    Pls can you advise timing and location for your summer party tomorrow. Apologies, I can’t find the info on your website.

    Thanks,

    Tim

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    1. Heidi Post author

      Hello Tim,

      The summer party details can be found in the Network MESH newsletter which has been circulated to all Network MESH members.

      Kind regards,
      Heidi

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  5. tim carpenter

    Thanks. Please can you mail me a copy of the newsletter or send me the address of “Maggie’s garden” (privately, if necessary) so that I can come along to see if I want to join the group formally. Thank you.

    Tim

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  6. Catherine El-Houdaigui

    I’ve just recently been diagnosed with CFS at Hillingdon hospital although I think I’ve had it for at least 10 years! I went today for my first appointment since diagnosis and was given this website address. I’m wondering why no one has posted since July 2015. Is this monitored regularly? I’m quit enew to these type of posts so excuse me if posts have happened since then. Could you please let me know whether you take people from North Kensington onto your membership? If so I will join. What sort of meet ups do you have and where are they usually held? I would only be able to do evenings and weekends mainly but can be flexible. I look forward to your response.

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    1. Heidi Post author

      Hello Catherine,
      Yes we do monitor this website and the social events page is kept up to date. We just haven’t added new content like articles to the website in recent years because the group is run by people with CFS/ME and we just don’t have the resources to do it. We do publish a newsletter to our members, and all the articles and other types of content appear there. As many of our members are housebound and too ill to come to the social meetings, the newsletter is an important part of the group. I can send you an electronic copy if you wish so that you can have a look.

      We welcome members from any area, so you are very welcome to join us if you wish. Our meetings tend to be informal coffee meetings, where we meet in a cafe or a pub to chat. They normally take place in the weekday afternoons (most of our members are not well enough to work full time, if at all), most often in either Chiswick or Ealing. The events are listed on the social events page and I add new ones as they get organised.

      If you have any other questions, I’m very happy to answer them.

      Kind regards, Heidi

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  7. Kim

    Hello,

    I’m glad to have found you, and I think you all are doing a great job running this support group.

    I can see that there is an informal coffee meet up in the beginning of October and I would love to go. My only grief is that it’s in the middle of the day where I go to work.
    Hopefully in the future you will have enough back up / requests to an afternoon or early evening event and I can go.

    Thank you and keep up the good work.

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    1. Heidi Post author

      Hello Kim,

      Thank you for your feedback about our meeting times – I’ll forward it to our chairman and the people who organise the meetings. We do have afternoon meetings – for example the November one is at 2 pm – but I suppose this might still be too early for you if you’re working?

      Kind regards, Heidi

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