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Burton-on-Trent Myeloma Support Group

Burton-on-Trent Myeloma Support Group is a small, friendly group, recently established and their monthly meetings are an opportunity to share experiences as patients, carers and family members. Chatting over a cup of tea or coffee enables the Group to support each other and develop friendships.

The Group invites guest speakers from various backgrounds to share their expertise relevant to coping and living with myeloma.

They also talk about their personal progress, share experiences and helpful practical advice, and hear about new developments in myeloma treatment. They explore and share experience of practical help available for none medical issues associated with living with myeloma.

Support Group Overview

Venue Information

The Conservatory of the Medical Centre
Queen’s Hospital
Belvedere Rd
DE13 0RB

01283 566333


The Brewhouse Cafe, Union Street, Burton on Trent


Who to contact

Call Geoff Foster on

01827 383 488

or email


Upcoming Dates

Burton-on-Trent Myeloma Support Group usually meets from 11am – 12.30pm on the second Thursday of every month.

2020 Meeting Dates

  • Thursday 9 January – Medical Centre
  • Thursday 13 February – Brewhouse Cafe
  • Thursday 12 March – Group lunch
  • ***All Support Group meetings are cancelled until further notice***
  • Thursday 9 April – Medical Centre
  • Thursday 7 May – Medical Centre
  • Thursday 11 June – Brewhouse Cafe
  • Thursday 9 July – Medical Centre
  • Thursday 13 August – BBQ Measham
  • Thursday 10 September – Brewhouse Cafe
  • Thursday 8 October – Medical Centre
  • Tuesday 10 November – Fundraising Coffee Morning
  • Thursday 10 December – Christmas lunch

Venue & Parking Information

Approaching the hospital entrance on Belvedere Road, instead of turning left into the main hospital, keep straight on and take the second right – Outwoods Close. There is a one way system.

Go through the barrier and turn right immediately after the building on your right. Continue on the one way system until you reach car park D. The Medical Centre is adjacent to the car park.

An Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) system operates at the hospital so you will need to make a note of the time you arrived at the car park and the registration number of your car. You can then enter your registration number at one of the machines around the hospital and pay the required fee.

Contact Information

Geoff Foster

01827 383 488

For information about the Support Group please contact the Support Group Leader whose contact details are listed above.

For all general enquiries about myeloma please contact the Myeloma Infoline on 0800 980 3332 or email

Further information