Welcome to the Truro and Faddon Support Group. We are a new group for 2022 and look forward to seeing you soon. We know connecting with others going through a similar situation can be really helpful when coming to terms with our own alopecia journey, so if you are looking for some support, please do reach out.

What happens at a Group?

We meet up to talk, discuss ideas and support each other. We think this helps our members deal with their condition. We look forward to welcoming anyone that would like to attend our meetings.

At the moment, our meetings take place in Fraddon, just outside of Truro.

Group dates:

Date: Time: Location: Extra Meeting Details:
Monday 13th May 2024    Cancelled
Monday 8th July 2024 7pm - 8:30pm  Summer Court New Memorial Hall, School Road, Newquay, TR8 5DY  
Monday 12th August 2024 7pm - 8:30pm Summer Court New Memorial Hall, School Road, Newquay, TR8 5DY  
Monday 9th September 2024 7pm - 8:30pm Summer Court New Memorial Hall, School Road, Newquay, TR8 5DY  

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. 

Contact details:

Felicity Haynes 
Email: [email protected] 
Felicity 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 Felicity is unable to answer will be sent on to staff at Alopecia UK. The group leads are not professional counsellors but people who have personal experiences with alopecia and, along with members 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.

Felicity's link to alopecia: 

My hair fell out at the age of 13. It was a really difficult time, especially navigating school with hair loss. The hardest part for me was when I had to start wearing a wig. I couldn't even say the word wig, as it felt too real, and I was in denial. It has taken me some time to accept it, but I am now ready to use my experience of alopecia to help support others. If you are looking for a little support in your alopecia journey, please do come along to our meetings.

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