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STALHAM OUTREACH

In addition to the Norwich Support Group, there are a number of Outreach Groups in and around the area. Each Outreach Group varies in structure, but is normally an informal environment to share information and experiences over a cup of tea.

Where we usually meet

The Keeping Abreast Stalham Outreach Support Group held its first face-to-face meeting for 18 months on 15th September 2021 which went well. We are currently looking at another date and venue for our next meeting, so please check back soon. 

Meeting Dates

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Meeting Times

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GET IN TOUCH

Elaine Scott on 07887 637145
or at: elainescott@keepingabreast.org.uk

For support groups and fundraisers in the future, please check prior to attending on social media, our website or by phoning our office HQ (01603 819113) to see if they are taking place or not. Thank you.

HEREDITARY BREAST CANCER

As well as supporting women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer and looking to have an immediate or delayed reconstruction, Keeping Abreast also supports those women looking to have elective reconstruction surgery due to the discovery of a breast cancer gene.

This support is provided by our sister group ‘Nick of Time’.

Click here for more details

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WANT TO HELP?

We are always on the look-out for volunteers to join us to help run our Support Groups so that we can offer support to
more women considering, facing and undergoing breast reconstruction.

Ideally we are looking for some previous reconstruction patients who would be willing to talk to others about their
journeys, and also some individuals to help with the administrative side of things too!

If you are interested in finding out more, please contact us here.

Alternatively you can watch a range of informational videos on our YouTube channel.

Get In Touch

  01603 819113

Keeping Abreast, Oak Lodge
Business Centre
129 School Lane,
Little Melton,
Norwich NR9 3LB

About Us

Keeping Abreast was established in September 2007 by patients Anna Beckingham and Beverley Birritteri and Breast Reconstruction nurse specialist Ruth Harcourt. They recognised a great need for women, both newly diagnosed with breast cancer and facing the possibility of mastectomy, and also women further down the line who are also considering reconstructive surgery, to be able to meet and talk to other women who have been through similar experiences. This allows women make an informed choice about whether or not to proceed with breast reconstruction.

© 2021 © Keeping Abreast Breast Cancer Reconstruction Support Group, registered charity number: 1129522. Registered office: M&A Partners, 7 The Close, Norwich, NR1 4DJ