PAMS Support Group
(Positive Action for Multiple Sclerosis)
PAMS is an informal self-help group for anyone living with Multiple Sclerosis in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Surrey and surrounding areas.
We have an evening meeting once a month at The Royal British Legion. We also enjoy a monthly weekday get-together in the cafe of a local garden centre.
Occasionally, we enjoy other social events such as a trip to the coast, an evening at a local theatre or a visit to a museum. If you fancy something else, we are always open to suggestions and offers of help!
Do get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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