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Peterborough Myeloma Support Group

Peterborough Myeloma Support Group relaunched in September 2017. It is being led by Clinical Nurse Specialist, Caroline Thornborough from Peterborough City Hospital, with input from patients and family members who attend.

The group is expected to be informal, meeting every month to begin with on the last Friday afternoon of the month.

All are welcome – patients, family members and friends of those affected by myeloma.

Support Group Overview

Venue Information

Robert Horrell Macmillan Centre
Peterborough City Hospital
Bretton Gate
Peterborough
PE3 9GZ

01733 678000

Who to contact

Call Caroline Thornborough on

01733 678 590

or email

caroline.thornborough@nhs.net

Upcoming Dates

Peterborough Myeloma Support Group has recently relaunched and is planning to meet monthly on the last Friday of the month between 2-4pm.

2020 meeting dates:

***All meetings are cancelled up to and including Friday 31 July*** 

  • Friday 27 March
  • Friday 24 April
  • Friday 29 May
  • Friday 26 June
  • Friday 31 July
  • Friday 28 August
  • Friday 25 September
  • Friday 30 October
  • Friday 27 November

Venue & Parking Information

Meetings will take place in the Robert Horrell Centre located at the Cavell Close entrance to the hospital.

There is a car park adjacent to the Robert Horrell Centre accessed via the barriers (parking is free to the Support Group and anyone with cancer in Peterborough).

Contact Information

Caroline Thornborough, Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist – Haematology

01733 678 590

caroline.thornborough@nhs.net

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 askthenurse@myeloma.org.uk