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September 2020 Meetups

Miriam Gratton from

Come join us at one of our Meetup Groups, talk to others who understand, can give reference etc.

Meetups for September:
RICHMOND GROUP - The Wooden Spoon 251 Queen Street, Richmond,
Time: 10-30am to 11.30am
!st Wednesday in the month - 2nd September 2020
Host: Annabele

MEN"s GROUP - Richmond New Life Church , 85 Wensley Road
Time 1.00-3pm
2nd Monday in the Month - 14th September, 2020
Host: Peter

NELSON GROUP - Broccoli Row - 132 Collingwood Street, Between Harding St, & Selwyn Place
Time: 2.00-3pm
Date: Third Monday in the Month - 21st September, 2020

MOTUEKA GROUP - Motueka Community Services, Meeting Room 15 Courtenay Street.
Time 11.am - midday
Date Third Tuesday in the Month - 22nd September 2020


Miriam Gratton Brigeeta Light
Support Group Co-ordinator Assistant Co-ordinator
Nelson Bays ME/CFS & FM Support Group

Email: strengthtogethernelson@gmail.com

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