We would like to apologies. We do not have any helplines available at present due to the ill health of our volunteers.

If you are able, please come along to our meetings for a friendly understanding ear.

For any enquiries please email us at:


Fibromyalgia Friends


Support Group Meeting

10 June 2016

at 12noon - 2.30pm


The Alliance, Venlaw Building, 349 Bath St,

Glasgow G2 4AA

The Speaker will be

Dr Moira McGuigan

Homeopathic specialist 

if there is time there will be a

Q & A 


We are a recognised Scottish Charity & support group SC025268, raising awareness, informing & supporting people with Fibromyalgia.  We are based at the Alliance, in Glasgow where we hold our support meetings

 on the 2nd Friday of the month from 12 - 2.30pm.
(No Support Group Meeting in December or January.)
This is a chance to meet other people, get help and advice, share news & stories and become better informed through a variety of guest speakers, our lending library and informal discussions on how we can deal with the realities of the condition. 



We provide a point of contact for people and reassurance that you are not alone. Although there is no cure at present, there are many ways we can become more aware of how to better manage Fibro and help ourselves improve our quality of life.

We welcome everyone to our meetings...  whether you have a diagnosis or not. We can help direct you to the appropriate services and voluntary groups available. You can become a member of our group & enjoy the support that brings. 

Remember you can support us every time that you buy something online using EasyFundraising. Click on their logo to link directly to their website. You can also donate direct to us, using the VirginMoneyGiving website.

Scottish Charity Number: SC025268

Disclaimer: This website is for information only. The information contained, or linked to, does not necessarily reflect the view of FIbromyalgia Friends Scotland or its committee, nor does it necessarily imply endorsement by us. It must be understood that people react differently to medications and treatments. Always consult your GP before trying anything mentioned online.