Milton Keynes Lymphoma Association Support Group

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Upcoming meeting dates and speakers

  • 1 March - Speaker: Estate Planning, with Suzanne Furness, including wills, power of attorney, etc.
  • 5 April
  • 3 May - Speaker: Emma and Jules from ’The Laughter Line’
  • 7 June - Speaker: Sharon Kinge, AgeUK
  • 5 July - No meeting: Annual summer outing, with cream tea at a local garden centre
  • 2 August - Speaker: Erika Muigi, PR and Public Affairs Manager, Lymphoma Association
  • 6 September - TBA
  • 4 October - TBA
  • 1 November - Speaker: Lymphoma Association Update and Q&A with Jilly Vickers, Regional Development Manager
  • December - No meeting: social festive meal at alternative location.

Group information

Contact: Rosa 01908 641663, Betty 01908 265398 or Lynn 07889 319806

Venue:  Age UK Milton Keynes, Peartree Centre, 1 Chadds Lane, Peartree Bridge, Milton Keynes MK6 3EB.

Meeting time: From 2pm

Meeting details: We are a very friendly and caring group that meets on the first Thursday of most months. Family members and friends are welcome too.

Travel details:  By bus - route 4 is the most convenient for The Peartree Centre. If travelling from the direction of the hospital, you will need to cross under the dual carriageway using the underpass at the roundabout. The V8 Marlborough Street is a fast road so we would urge you to use the underpass. If you are coming from the north of Milton Keynes you will get off the bus on the same side of the road as The Peartree Centre. It is also possible to catch the 14 to Milton Keynes Hospital, if you don’t mind a 10 minute walk.

By car - The Peartree Centre is on the corner of Chadds Lane with the V8 Marlborough Street, to the south east of Central Milton Keynes, not far from the hospital. If driving north up the V8 Marlborough Street (a dual carriageway), look out for a feeder lane on the right which is signposted Peartree Bridge. This turning is between the roundabouts on the H7 Chaffron Way and the H8 Standing Way and is quite easy to miss. If you are driving from the north, down the V8 Marlborough Street, after the roundabout for the H7 Chaffron Way take the turning on the left into Chadds Lane. If you get as far as the turning for the Peartree Bridge Inn, near Roni’s Hand Car Wash, you have gone too far.

The Peartree Centre is a modern redbrick building with blue window frames, set back from the road with a car park in front of it.

If you have any problems finding us, please ring us on 01908 550700 and we’ll give you directions.

Join us

Everyone is welcome to come along to meetings, whether you have or have had a diagnosis yourself, or someone close to you has.

We understand it can be daunting for people to attend a meeting for the first time. If you’d like to chat beforehand or to find out more about the group*, please call one of the group contacts or our Freephone helpline on 0808 808 5555 (Mon-Fri 10am-3pm) or email

We’d like to keep in touch

Would you like to receive regular emails from the Lymphoma Association such as notifications about local support groups and upcoming speakers or about the work the association does? Maybe you’d like to receive our free magazine Lymphoma matters? If you’d like to know more please do call our Freephone number 0808 808 5555 or contact us online. Why not join us on Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @LymphomaAssoc for updates too?

* Note to research companies:

The Lymphoma Association is highly supportive of research work that has the potential to improve the treatment, outcomes and experiences of people affected by lymphoma. In this spirit we are happy to facilitate access and contact between recognised researchers and the patients and carers within our network, including those who attend our support groups should they wish to do so. However, in the interests of probity and in order to protect the role of our support groups, any requests and approaches to involve them in research projects must be officially approved in advance by the charity. Without this approval, we will not allow or endorse such approaches and any accompanying research. Our support group coordinators are aware of this policy. If you are looking for people to take part in research, please call us on 01296 619400 or email