Bath Support Group

We often have a guest speaker at our Lymphoma Action group meetings but we always make sure there is time for a chat and support over a cuppa.


Meeting day and time

Our meetings are held a few times through the year on a weekday evening from 6 to 8pm.

Please see below for meeting dates and other useful information about our group.

  • 7th March 2019 - Fatigue management & exercise presentation by the Cancer Rehabilitation Team

  • 6th June 2019 - Update on new Cancer Unit

  • 18th October 2019 - Speaker TBC


Group contact

Theresa (Clinical Nurse Specialist) 01225 825091


Venue

Oasis Health Suite, Royal United Hospital, Combe Park, Bath BA1 3NG (Building E6, behind Zone A)

Directions by car

The RUH is situated off the main A4 Bath to Bristol road. It has entrances located on Combe Park road - the Main Entrance and the Accident & Emergency entrance. Car parking on site is available, although extremely busy during the week. The Oasis Health Suite is behind Zone A in building E6, Gate 3 is the closest entrance to the unit. There is very limited parking directly outside the venue. If you drive down the hill with the Oasis Health Suite on your right you can use the car park on the next right.

Directions by bus

The nearest bus station is adjacent to the Bath Spa railway station in the city centre, approximately 1.5 miles away. Services 14, 714,  20A  and 20C all stop in the hospital grounds.

Parking

Parking is free if you attend the support group meeting. Please park in P1 and leave your registration number with Theresa at the meeting. She will arrange free parking for you.


About our group

Our friendly and caring group launched in 2016 and meet a few times throughout the year. Everyone affected by lymphoma is welcome, whether you are a patient yourself, or someone close to you has had a diagnosis.

We often have a speaker come along to talk to the group but we also make sure there is time for you to chat and give each other support over a cup of tea or coffee. We provide the refreshments for free.

Going to a meeting for the first time

Some people find it reassuring to have a particular person to look out for when going somewhere new. If you’d like to chat beforehand or maybe just to find out more about the group please do call Theresa, on her number above.

You can also contact our Freephone helpline on 0808 808 5555 (Mon-Fri 10am-3pm) or email us at information@lymphomas.org.uk