Useful links

If you haven’t already run across it, the ME Association has an excellent website rich in useful information for sufferers.

There are a number of other national and international organisations dedicated to furthering the cause of decent treatment for ME sufferers:

ME Action  is a sufferer-led advocacy group that campaigns for better health and social security services for people with ME. Its local groups are an effective means of connecting with others and supporting its activities.

Action for ME is a UK-based charity providing support and advice and funding for biomedical research.

All three organisations provide telephone support and advice services, with details on their websites.

Our sister organisation, Cambridge Rural ME Tea and Chat – CrMEtea – does the same things we do, primarily to support people who live outside the city in the surrounding area. Meet-ups are usually in the Huntingdon area. We share a Facebook page, often attend each others’ meet-ups and generally get along well!

There are a number of other local support groups, including the following:

PETERBOROUGH ME SUPPORT GROUP
John and Marian Dunham
18 Nursery Gardens
Whittlesey
Peterborough
PE17 1TE
Tel: 01733 203 480
pboromesg@ntlworld.com

BEDFORDSHIRE ME SUPPORT GROUP
Co-ordinator Dr John Chisholm
Email: bedsmesg@gmail.com
Website: http://bedsme.blogspot.co.uk
Tel: 01525 750 078

BURY ST EDMUNDS M.E. Support Group
Monthly meetings on third Thursday at Nowton Court, Nowton,
Bury St Edmunds IP29 5LU. House groups and coffee mornings
covering Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridge borders.
Affiliations: Community Action Suffolk; Cambridge Invisible Illnesses
Telephone: 07974 826467
Email: mariamunn@mypostoffice.co.uk
Facebook: ‘Roses for M.E.’