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Get Together at the Octoberfest

Get Together at the Octoberfest

Sheffield ME Group are hosting a series of online activities from the 5th to the 23rd of October designed for people affected by ME/Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia and/or long Covid symptoms. It’s their very first Octoberfest. Their October calendar has daily events including , mindfulness, nutrition, playreading, singing and writing workshops and a murder mystery!

This festival is free and open to non paid members in the belief that
‚Äčit is a time to get together and share good moments with people who understand your condition.

The festival is over Zoom, and you need to register (for free) to each session you wish to attend. The registration page along with more details about each activity can be found by clicking on the name of the activity in the calendar .The link to the meeting will be in the registration’s confirmation email and is unique to you.

The registration system is securing the sessions from external intrusions. You are in a safe space. Also, you do not need to turn your camera on during the activities, and you can even join by phone with the number provided in the registration’s confirmation email.

‚ÄčThe link to the calendar of events is here .



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