Programme of Meetings 2017
- 26 January 2017
Meetings are held at the Methodist Church Hall (corner of West Street and Hall Road) NR27 9DT in Cromer on the FOURTH THURSDAY in EACH MONTH (except December) at 7.30pm.
Please note the change at the bottom of the page concerning the meeting on Thursday 25th May.
26th January A.G.M. (open to all) followed by Nigel Wilton from Wiltshire Farm Foods.
23rd February Kamini Shah - Senior Research Officer from Diabetes UK.
23rd March Chris Tomlinson from Westover Veterinary Centre - Diabetes in cats and dogs.
27th April Rebecca Champion from The North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group.
25th May John Simmons OBE - "The Making of Kew".
22nd June Nick and Susie Howsam - "Living with Diabetes".
27th July Julie Widdowson - Diabetes Educator / Practioner and Service Lead, Norfolk.
24th August David Robinson - Volunteer Coordinator from Diabetes UK.
28th September Sarah Haws from the Children's Support Group, KiWi.
26th October Alirae Bunkle - Diabetes Specialist Nurse from The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Kings Lynn.
23rd November Gill Mircoli and Chair Based Exercising.
Programme details are subject to change at short notice due to availability.
Come and meet other people who know what it’s like to live with the condition. Have a drink and a chat; you may be surprised at what you might learn from our group members and various speakers.
Everybody welcome so please come and join us at The Methodist Church Hall (on the corner of West Street and Hall Road) in Cromer, NR27 9DT starting at 7.30pm.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jackie and David on 01692 405492 for more information.
Please accept our apologies but due to personal circumstances our guest speaker for Thursday 25th May, Liesl Richardson, is unable to attend the meeting so we have made a slight change to the programme with John Simmons OBE, our guest speaker for August, kindly stepping in with his presentation 'The making of Kew'.
Our guest speaker for August will now be David Robinson, Volunteer Coordinator from Diabetes UK.