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Due to the currant health situation
If you need to contact us please see our details on “CONTACT”
The K.P.A. meetings are open to all, Patients and carers.
We try to meet the second Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm
In the new Faith Centre of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
The Centre is located above "Costa Coffee" in the main atrium.
To access either the stairs to the left of the reception desk.
or there is a lift located behind the reception desk which brings you out opposite the Faith Centre entrance.
All are welcome to come along and join us.
We are hoping to have a speaker at all our monthly meeting.
Please check that we are meeting on that date as we do have to change dates at short notice and we are unable to inform everyone. Please phone 07720597468 to check. Thank you
Please check that we are meeting on that date as we do have to change dates at short notice and we are unable to inform everyone. Please phone 07720597468 to check.
Please phone 07720597468 to check.
All are welcome
Due to the current medical situation. It is unlikely that we will be able to celebrate this day again in 2023
We hope we may be able to organise another event
Details will follow.