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Macular Society (Church Stretton): Self Help Group

Description:

Meetings of the Church Stretton Macular Society Support Group are open to anyone affected by macular disease or central vision loss.  The Macular Society (formerly Macular Disease Society) is the only UK charity dedicated to helping people with sight loss caused by macular disease.

The monthly meeting takes place at The Health and Wellbeing Centre on the third Friday of every other month from 10.30am to 12.30pm, and family and friends are welcome.  Please contact the helpline via email or phone for more details of this group.

For more information, please follow the links to visit their website or social media.

Venue Details

Address:
The Health and Wellbeing Centre
Easthope Road
Church Stretton
Shropshire
Postcode:
SY6 6BL
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Contact Details

Address:
The Macular Society
PO Box 1870
Andover
Hampshire
Postcode:
SP10 9AD
Telephone:
01264 350 551
0300 3030 111 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm)
Fax:
01264 350 558
Email:
info@macularsociety.org
Website
https://www.macularsociety.org/.../church-stretton-support-group

Additional Information

Notes:

Macular degeneration (MD) or macular disease are terms for conditions which lead to loss of central vision due to damage to the macula.


Page last reviewed:
03/12/2019
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