We are now recruiting for a ‘Living with secondary breast cancer’ course in Manchester on Monday 27th April, with a follow-up day taking place on Monday 8th June.
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Is there anything like that happening in the Hsrrow, Middx area?Diagnosed with bone mets last month so would really welcome support like that.
I am posting the link to information about these courses, our helpliners may have information about any others scheduled and possible areas:
I’m going to this one in Manchester – anyone else??
I’m going to the Manchester event.
Hi Sue – looking forward to meeting you!
I’m thinking of coming to this… any ideas of what actually goes on?
I’m thinking of going too!
You’ll have a wonderful time. I went to the Sheffield one and it was fantastic. Met some wonderful people, too.
If you’re still hesitating - don’t! Just do-oo it!!
So who went and what did you think?
Hi Granny S.
There were a few of us from the Manchester area, and some from further afield – I thought the session was very informative, and also gave me the opportunity to meet more women in my position – always a good thing!
Hope to see you (and loads of others) at our tea & cupcakes get-together next month.
p.s. Maureen dear, why are you two different people now?
I went on Monday, it was great for me to meet other women as I hadnt met up anyone with sec breast cancer before.
Looking forward to cupcakes in May.
I thought the day was brilliant - met other positive women and had a very good day meeting up with people.
Thank you to Tara and Steph (and the other 2 ladies) for making the day happen.
Can’t wait to see you all again (and others!!) on 19th May
Glad you all enjoyed the day. I’m looking forward to the meet-up on the 19th.
Marilyn, I’m GS2 when I’m at my caravan and have a yahoo email addy.
Don’t know why I’m not just Maureen everywhere. It’d make life a lot simpler.