Don’t forget it’s Book Club on 8 April 2015 between 5.15pm and 6.30pm at SCILL.
FibroAction and Fibromyalgia Association UK (FMA UK) will be working together more closely in the future. The trustees of each charity decided it would be in the best interests of both the charities and the people they serve to combine their expertise, experiences and resources. The trustees are now in talks regarding how to proceed with this process, which may take some time.
Ella Vine, Chief Executive of FibroAction said: ‘This is a very exciting time for the charities and for all of us in the wider fibromyalgia field. This is a very positive step in the right direction. We are all delighted about it. The charities have a national scope, undertake very similar work, serve the same population, have the same group of supporters and the same aims. It will therefore be good to combine our resources to ensure that people affected by fibromyalgia in the UK receive the best possible support and that our voice is stronger and heard by policy makers. We are thrilled about it.”
Pam Stewart, Chair of FMA UK said: “The trustees of FMA UK are delighted for FibroAction to be joining with the trustees of FMA UK to be able to move forward together with their support for people with fibromyalgia. This should allow for an even more proactive role in ensuring the best treatment options for fibromyalgia.”
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We are always open for new members so why not pop along to one of our Wednesday sessions and find out more about us.
Welcome to new members, Christine, Pam and Victoria. We hope you enjoy the activities.
You can take a more active role in the club and join the committee.
Don’t forget the book club at SCILL on 11 March between 5.15pm and 6.30pm at SCILL.