Reading Prostate Cancer Support Group Chairman: Chris Addison

Royal Berkshire Hospital - Nursing Support (0118) 322-5111

Programme of Monthly Meetings for 2019

Our aim is to organise a talk by professionals in the field each month.

All MEETINGS are held at St Andrew's Hall in St Andrew's Church, London Road RG1 5BD (next door to the RBH on London Road, Reading at the corner of Craven Road and opposite Eldon Road) starting at 6.30 pm with refreshments. Do visit the Venue/Parking page to see map and parking information. Usually the meetings are held on the first Friday of each month.

In addition the group organises a number of social, awareness and funding occasions during the year. Most noteworthy are: The Awareness Stand in the Broad Street Mall - Reading each year, the Summer Fair held at Early, a late summer evening meal at a special location in the Reading area and a chance to meet up prior to Christmas - before this takes up our valuable time and any available cash. People usually bring their own alcohol to the Christmas Supper although a welcome drink is provided.

Presentations at Group Meetings

Talks by professionals with a good chance to raise questions and meet others on the same treatment path. Bring others in your family and close friends to hear first hand the latest thoughts on many a related topic. Meetings are held on the first Friday every month.

September 6th 2019: Michelle Hunt, Wokingham continence Service

Michelle will be providing really helpful information about a problem that affects many of us.

October 4th 2019: Open Evening

November 1st 2019: Kate Slater of the finance department of Macmillan

Financial issues can cause worry when someone becomes ill. Kate will tell us about help that may be available from Macmillan or other organisations.

December 6th 2019: Christmas Party

It's never too early to talk about Christmas! More details closer to the date.

January 3rd 2020: Open Evening

Febuary 7th 2020: Michelle Roberts, Looks good, feels good

To be confirmed

March 6th 2020: Diane Wootton, Physiotherapist

Her talks are always very popular and helpful to memebers suffering the after effects of treatment.