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Arrhythmia Alliance (A-A) The Heart Rhythm Charity

Arrhythmia Alliance (A-A), is a coalition of charities, patient groups, patients, carers, medical groups, and allied professionals all dedicated to timely and effective diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias. It provides information through its website for the public and professionals. Read more

15Warwick RoadStratford-upon-avonWarwickshireCV37 6YW

01789 867 501

The Arthrogryposis Group

The Arthrogryposis Group (TAG) offers contact, support, and information to people affected by Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita (AMC). Read more

37Brynteg AvenuePontllanfraithBlackwoodNP12 2BY

07508 679351

Ash Youth Centre - Junior Youth Club

A free club for young people where you can meet friends in a safe place, take part in a wide range of fun activities, get help with things that are important to you and develop key life skills.  For young people in school Year 7, 8 and… Read more

Ash Youth & Community CentreAsh Hill RoadAshAldershotSurreyGU12 5DN

07542705266

Ashtead Little Treasures Baby Group

Drop-in group for new and pregnant mothers. Mondays 1.15pm to 2.15pm (except on Bank Holidays). Antenatal mothers are welcome to attend to get information on breastfeeding and to meet new mothers and other pregnant mums-to-be. Read more

St George's Christian CentreBarnett Wood LaneAshteadKT21 2DA

01883 340 922

Ashtead Players

Ashtead Players have a long and successful history with a distinguished artistic record equalled by few dramatic societies. Established for over 50 years, with two distinct elements: Adult Ashtead Players, successfully presenting a whole range of popular theatrical productions.  Young Ashtead Players (12-18 years), offering… Read more

Woodfield LaneAshteadSurreyKT21 2BE

Ashtead Youth Centre- Junior Youth Club

A free club for young people age 11-14 years old, where you can meet friends in a safe place, take part in a wide range of fun activities, get help with the things that are important to you and develop key life skills. Read more

Barnet Wood LaneAshteadSurreyKT21 2BZ

07967 382 268

Aspire

Aspire is primarily a place to meet others with Asperger Syndrome. The people who attend the group are aged between 18 and 40+ and come from all over the county and beyond. Some live independently, with their parents or in supported living; some work full… Read more

The PepperpotHigh StreetGodalmingGU7 1DP

Aspire in Redhill

The Aspire social group is for young adults (18 to 25) who have Asperger's or Autism. Groups meet in Redhill on fortnightly Wednesday evenings from 7pm to 9pm.   Read more

RedhillSurrey

07436 261194

Association for Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Disorders (AMEND)

Patients run the Association for Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Disorders (AMEND), for patients to support and inform those affected by multiple endocrine neoplasia disorders and their associated endocrine tumours. AMEND provides patient information through booklets and newsletters, it also offers a counselling service and social media… Read more

AMENDThe WarehouseDraper StreetTunbridge WellsKentTN4 0PG

01892 516076

At Ease (Advice and Information for Armed Forces)

AT EASE is an unincorporated voluntary group offering free services to members of the Armed Forces.their families and friends. Read more

Bunhill Fields Meeting HouseQuaker CourtBanner StreetLondonEC1Y 8QQ

  • Updated: 28 Mar 2023

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