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York Haematology Support Group

York Haematology Support Group is a small but active group of patients, family members and friends all affected by haematological cancers.

It is run by Carol Miller and meets every month at the Working Mens Club in Huntington. Meetings offer the chance to get together in an informal environment and chat to others and most months there is also a guest speaker invited to talk about various aspects of living with blood cancers.

Anyone affected by a haematological cancer is welcome to attend the Group and can contact Carol for more information.

Support Group Overview

Venue Information

Huntington and District Working Mens Club
1 N Moor Rd
YO32 9QS

Who to contact

Call Carol Miller on

01904 330 705 (Tel)

07813 174 293 (Mob)

or email

Upcoming Dates

North Yorkshire Haematology Support Group usually meets from 7.00pm – 9.00pm on the first Thursday of every month.

2020 meeting dates:

  • Thursday 5 March – Katherine Bridge, Biologist
  • ***All Support Group meetings are cancelled until further notice***
  • Thursday 2 April – Ian Hitchcock, Prof of Experimental Haematology
  • Thursday 7 May – Will Brackenbury, Senior Lecturer
  • Thursday 4 June – Andy Wilson, Yorkshire Cancer Research
  • Thursday 2 July – Clinical Nurse Specialist Haematology
  • Thursday 3 September – Jan Taylor, Scientist
  • Thursday 1 October – Martin Howard, Author
  • Thursday 5 November – Alan Anthoney, Clinical Trials Specialist
  • Thursday 3 December – Free and easy evening

Venue & Parking Information

The Working Mens Club is situated on North Moor Road in Huntington –

Parking is available.

Contact Information

Carol Miller

01904 330 705 (Tel)

07813 174 293 (Mob)

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