Support & Advice Support Groups Manchester Welcome to the Manchester group What happens at the group? Our group meet ups are relaxed and informal, we mainly have tea and a chat but we also have question and answer sessions with local speakers on alopecia as well, for example local head wear suppliers. We have one social event each year. We are thinking about a pub quiz for 2020. Group dates: Date: Time: Location: Extra Meeting Details: 2020 Wednesday 29th January 2020 7.00 - 8.30pm Cross Street Chapel, Cross Street, Manchester, M2 1NL Wednesday 25th March 2020 7.00 - 8.30pm Cross Street Chapel, Cross Street, Manchester, M2 1NL Wednesday 27th May 2020 7.00 - 8.30pm Wednesday 29th July 2020 7.00 - 8.30pm September 2020 Social event TBC! Wednesday 25th November 2020 7.00 - 8.30pm CANCELLED DUE TO ONGOING NEWS EVENTSREAD OUR FULL CHARITY UPDATE HERE Please contact the group lead prior to attending a meeting so they can plan accordingly. Who can attend: This group is designed for any adult living with or affected by alopecia from the ages of 15 and above. Please note that those age 15-17 must be accompanied by someone age 18 or over. For those with children up to the age of 14 please contact the group lead to discuss if the group would be suitable for them. Alternatively please see here for a list of our children and teen groups. Contact details: Cathy Cane Email: [email protected]Cathy is happy to answer any questions about the group and provide a listening ear at a time arranged by email. Please be aware that any questions Cathy is unable to answer will be sent on to staff at Alopecia UK.Support Group Leads are not professional counsellors but people who have personal experiences with alopecia and, along with member of the support group can help to give insight and advice on living and dealing with alopecia on a day to day basis. Please note that our Support Group Leads are volunteers and do this in their spare time, as such please allow up to a week for replies to emails Cathy's links with alopecia: "Having gone through an outside 'looking in' journey with my daughter, Emily, when she first started with AA at the age of 14; and now as a lovely young lady being diagnosed with AU has seen us travel through many emotions and mishaps as a family. I want to offer as much support, in any way possible, to others going through similar journeys." If you have any feedback on this support group please consider leaving it here.Alternatively if you have any Suggestions, Comments, Compliments or Complaints for the charity please do so here.