Dumfries & Galloway ME and Fibromyalgia Network

Registered Charity No. SC030641

You are not alone, join our community for some local support;

Meetings – All physical meetings are cancelled until further notice due to Covid-19. In the meantime we are holding virtual meetings to members of the Network and our Facebook page every Thursday for about an hour from 2pm using Zoom Meetings. Zoom is available by app for smart phones and tablets, and in your browser or by app on PCs, laptops and Macs. We find it works best on PC, laptop or Mac, followed by tablet, as there’s more screen space to see all participants. The Zoom link and password is available on our Facebook page or you can get it by emailing admin@dgmefm.org.uk

The meetings have proved popular and it’s wonderful to see members from further outside the Dumfries and Castle Douglas areas who we’ve not had the chance to ‘meet’ before. We now have the ability to continue with them after the pandemic is over. Come along and say hello, bring your questions, your concerns, cheer and banter.

See Upcoming Events for details of meetings with discussion themes or guests.

When we return to our monthly meetings in Dumfries, click here for our video on how to access the new venue: the meeting room at Turning Point Scotland, 22 Newall Terrace, Dumfries.

Newsletter – click for the February edition of our Newsletter, and see the Newsletter page for earlier issues.

Contact us;

  • by phone: 07437 602610;
  • E-mail us:  admin@dgmefm.org.uk; Or
  • Complete the form in the ‘Contact Us’ tab above

Facebook – ask to join our Facebook page (closed group)
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Blog click on the heading below for our latest Blog

May Blog 2021

This month has been an absolute scorcher across our region until the social distancing restrictions were lifted… then we got overnight frost, snow, and rain. Typical! Most of our members have been enjoying the weather, either basking in the warmth or getting a bit of gardening done. I had some trees pruned in my garden, they were well overdue the pruning, to be honest, then for a bit of fun and frivolity, I bought a garden shredder and slowly over about a fortnight I shredded all the branches and twigs to be used as mulch on my garden. A job well done I think. My two rescue terriers have discovered

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