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Brighton and Hove coffee and chat

Brighton and Hove coffee and chat

Address: 
Brighthelm Café, North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD, United Kingdom

All local branch and group face to face meetings and activities have been suspended.

We realise that many people rely on their group meetings and activities for information and support. Some of our groups are offering information and support through local virtual groups, using Zoom.

Brighton and Hove coffee and chat meets on the last Thursday of the month, 2pm - 3.30pm.

To join the Brighton and Hove coffee and chat and their local virtual meetings please sign up here.

The group is open to anyone living with epilepsy, their families and carers. We are a friendly group where you can find mutual support and share stories about epilepsy, as well as making friends and having some fun along the way.

The group is run by our volunteer Keirse who can be contacted on 07546 736 045.

If you cannot make the local virtual group meetings you may also be interested in our general virtual groups that are open to anyone living in the UK.

If you cannot access support through a virtual group, or would like to speak to someone about epilepsy, our trained advisers are here to help. We offer confidential and personal advice through our helpline.

Living in the Brighton and Hove area? Want to meet other people living with epilepsy in a relaxed setting? Our coffee and chat group meets on the last Thursday of the month at Brighthelm Cafe, North Road, Brighton, from 11am-12.30pm. It's open to anyone living with epilepsy, their partners, parents or carers.

A new evening group is also open to everyone and will normally meet at the Alcampo Lounge 84-86 London Road, Brighton BN1 4JF, on the second Tuesday of each month between 6-8pm. They will also be going out to a range of social activities, including bowling, museums and local events.

As venues may change, please contact Keirse for details before attending for the first time.

Contact Name: 
Keirse
Contact Number: 
07546 736 045

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