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.
Sheffield branch meets on the second Thursday of the month, 7.15pm - 9pm.
To join our Sheffield branch 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 Duncan who can be contacted on 0114 235 2197.
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.
Our Sheffield branch meets on the second Thursday of the month between 7.15pm - 8.45pm (except August), at the Quaker Meeting House, St James Street. All are welcome.
In the Sheffield area, our local branch acts as a support group to people with epilepsy, their families and friends, as well as leading in informing and educating the public about the condition.
Our regular monthly meetings are where people affected by epilepsy can meet, find mutual support and basic advice about epilepsy in a friendly group.
Everybody is welcome who is affected by epilepsy, either directly or indirectly or just has an interest in the condition.
There is an opportunity to get involved in the work of the charity, if you wish. Although the events are free, donations of any size, large or small, are always welcome. £1 per person per meeting is suggested.
We also have a coffee and chat group in Sheffield - find out more here.
The venue is easy to reach by public transport. Supertram stops in front of the cathedral and many buses stop in the Church Street, High Street, Arundel Gate areas. There is limited on-street car parking on St James’ Street (including disabled bays) and some nearby streets - further details here. However, we recommend using public transport whenever appropriate.
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