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Leeds ME Network is a patient self-help group sharing information of interest to people with ME (also known as ME/CFS). Please contact us if you would like to receive updates about our latest meetings by email. 

We meet monthly - during the current pandemic crisis - via online Zoom meetings. Please contact us if you would like to receive updates about all our latest meetings by email. 

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In addition to our Zoom meetings, we have recently begun to hold occasional ‘in person’ meetings for the first time since the start of the pandemic. The next of these is scheduled for Friday 12 August starting at 1pm. This will be held at Meanwood Park Cafe , an open air venue where we have already held several successful meetings.  We shall be sitting outside and there are tarpaulins in case of rain (or indeed sun!) It does indeed look as though any weather problems this time will be due to heat rather than rain, so please come prepared - and take a look at this corner of the website in case of any special announcements. 

To find us, please look for the green Leeds ME Network signs on our table. Like most of our meetings, this will be just an informal chat about whatever we want to talk about, ME or otherwise. All people with ME plus friends, relations, carers etc are very welcome to join us. (Those with Longcovid are also welcome. We can't claim to be experts but there are clearly similarities between the two conditions and the more we can work together, the better.)

There is car parking at the park. If it is full, it is very likely that a space will be available soon as people finish walking their dogs!

For information on Sue Pemberton's Yorkshire Fatigue Clinic (YFC) - please see our Local Clinics page and scroll down to the section on YFC...

Please Note: We do not recommend any particular form of treatment or therapy. Information provided by us does not imply such recommendation, nor is it a guarantee of accuracy. Before embarking on any form of treatment or therapy, you are advised to consult your doctor first.

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