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ENGLAND - NORTH WEST







The Oldham Stoma Support Group meets regularly on the first Tuesday of every second month.   The meetings allow stoma patients, both new and established, to have informal chats on a wide range of ostomy-related topics, and to talk through any concerns or problems with health practitioners.  Ostomates are able to find out more about the wide range of stoma-related products, which are available from the manufacturing and service supply industry, and in addition, the group organises social trips to a variety of places.  Membership includes ostomates from Bury, Denton, Manchester, Oldham, Radcliffe, and the surrounding areas.     


Further details can be obtained by telephoning 0161 678 7086, or by emailing

j.wilde50@live.co.uk.



 
















   















































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OLDHAM STOMA SUPPORT GROUP







The Tameside Ostomisticles support group welcomes all ostomates (colostomates, ileostomates and urostomates), who reside in the Tameside area.  


The group gives every ostomate the opportunity to socialise with other ostomates, share experiences, listen to topical talks and pass on practical hints and tips, which can make a huge difference.


What’s on offer - a cuppa, a little something to eat and a raffle.  Representatives from stoma care product manufacturers/suppliers will be in attendance.


The informal, friendly gatherings take place every two months at Ashton Primary Care Centre,

193 Old Street, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire, OL6 7SR.  The venue is easily accessible by bus or

train from Manchester, and it is a 5-10 minute walk from Mossley and Stalybridge.  If ostomates travel by car, parking is available at the rear of the centre.


For further details of the group or the date of the next meeting, please telephone Paul Seavers

on 07771 359 046 or email tamesideostomisticles@hotmail.co.uk.















   















































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TAMESIDE OSTOMISTICLES







TOMAS (The Ostomates Of Macclesfield And Surrounding Areas) is a support group, which meets on

the second Monday of each month.  The meetings offer an informal environment to discuss and help with non-clinical problems affecting the everyday life of people with any type of stoma.  All ostomates are welcome - colostomates, ileostomates and urostomates, as well as their family, friends and carers.  Usually at the meetings, there is a speaker on subjects, which are balanced between medical and general interest.  In addition, TOMAS produce a quarterly newsletter, the TOMAS News.


Their motto is:

TOMAS offering a little ray of sunshine to the lives of people with stomas.


For further details of the group or the meetings, please contact Kath Wood on 01625 875 442

or email k.wood180@btinternet.com.
















   















































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