Middlesex Support Group

Welcome to the Middlesex Support Group website. 

Our group was set up in 1995 and since then we have had monthly meetings with a variety of speakers both medical and non-medical.  

The dates for the meetings are on the first Tuesday of the month. Meetings start at 10:30am and run until 12:30pm The venue for the meetings is: Masonic Centre, Northwick Circle, Kenton, Harrow, HA3 0EL There is free parking and wheelchair access

Stations: Kenton - Bakerloo Line; Northwick Park - Metropolitan Line; Kenton - British Rail
Buses: 223,114, 183 H10, H18

Everybody is welcome to come to our meetings.

Members of our Middlesex Group have free entry and non-members may attend for a fee of £3 per meeting.

Our membership approximates 60 to 70 each year and around 20 to 25 people attend a meeting at any one time.  We usually have a coffee break half-way through where people can get together and share information and friendship.  During that time we have a full display of free Charity information leaflets available and vital fundraising activities such as a second-hand bookshop and CD sale and the occasional `Bring and Buy` sale. A raffle is held at the end of every meeting. We are all volunteers running the group and our committee meets for an hour before each meeting.

We look forward to seeing you. All are welcome.

For further information please Tel: 07502 167 632

2018 programme dates

March 6th Meeting postponed
Osteoporosis and exercise – getting started and staying motivated
Christina Scorringe
Senior Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist.

May 1st
Are cancers avoidable?
Mary Finn
MacMillan Information Centre Manager.

July 3rd
Nutritional aspects of bone health
Current controversies and future perspectives
Professor Susan Lanham-New 
Professor of human nutrition at University of Surrey
Member of ‘Nutrition and Lifestyle Forum’ for the National Osteoporosis Society.

October 2nd
Osteoporosis – what is new for 2018?
Doctor Clare Batten 
FRCP, Consultant in Metabolic Bone Disease.

December 4th
An introduction to the Alexander technique 
It’s potential to help the effects of osteoporosis and arthritis
Nelly Ben-Orr
Experienced teacher.