Diabetes Support Group MeetingThursday 2:00pm - 4:00pm
The Steyning Centre, Fletcher's Croft, Steyning
The West Sussex Downs Diabetes UK Group offers support and information for everyone with diabetes and their carers in a large part of West Sussex, from Worthing in the South to Crawley in the North, and from Pulborough in the west to Burgess Hill in the East.
Anyone is welcome to come to our support meetings, where we share experiences with others and listen to presentations by healthcare professionals. All sessions are free.
For more information about the group, please email us at email@example.com. We also have a Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/groups/938854172796096/
Our group is part of a network of voluntary groups around the UK, and while we are unable to offer any medical advice, we are here to provide support for people living with diabetes.
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Steyning Patients Participation GroupSteyning Health Centre, Tanyard Lane, Steyning.
If you are a patient of Steyning Medical Practice, and receive healthcare at Steyning Health Centre or at Dawn Close in Beeding, then you are automatically a member of this group.
There is no membership fee. The Group's activities are managed by a small committee which produces a magazine three/four times a year, and puts on Focus Evenings on health topics throughout the year.
It exists to feed patient views and opinions to the practice, and to support the practice by doing so. Increasingly, it also feeds patient opinion to the West Sussex Coastal Commissioning Group which is responsible for commissioning healthcare on our behalf.Back to all clubs