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Vasculitis Support Groups

Support Key

Below you will find the contact details for Vasculitis Support Groups in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. In addition there are details for contact persons in the UK and the Republic of Ireland who do not run actual Group meetings.

You can find details of forthcoming Vasculitis Support Group meetings at: Meetings


Beds, Bucks & Herts Group

Cambridge Group

Canterbury area (Contact Person)

East Midlands

Vasculitis East Midlands Support Network Website

East Midlands Group

Essex Group



Vasculitis East Midlands Support Network Website

Leicestershire Group

Lincolnshire Group


North London Group

Merseyside, Cheshire and North Wales Group

Contact Mark Sayer m-sayer@hotmail.co.uk

Norfolk Vasculitis Support Group

Norfolk - The Ring

support group in Norfolk for RA patients

North East Group

Northamptonshire Group

Northumberland and Cumbria

North West Group

Oxfordshire Group

Plymouth Group

Scarborough Group

Solent/Portsmouth Group

Surrey Group

  • Group under discussion

Swindon Group

West Midlands Group

West Country Group West Country Vasculitis Support website

Yorkshire All Yorkshire Vasculitis Support website

North and West Yorkshire Groups

East Yorkshire Group


North Wales - Contact Person

North Wales Group (group also covers Merseyside and Cheshire)

South Wales Group South Wales Support Group website


Edinburgh and Lothian - Contact Person

Republic of IRELAND

  • Contact Person - Joe O'Dowd - 00353 (086) 2345705 - e-mail Joe

Ireland - Vasculitis Awareness Ireland

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Vasculitis Renal and Respiratory Training Day - Hammersmith Hospital

30 Jul 2019

RUDY Study

29 Oct 2015

A study in rare diseases of the bones, joints and blood vessels.

Cortisone (Steroid) Information Website

13 Jan 2014

A new indepth website publishing information about steroids for patients

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