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A few photos from our recent conference in Aberdeen Hope to see you all at the next!
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Excellent! Love the 'under the hat' one!
I do too, it was a great atmosphere and everyone there seemed full of fun. Lovely gathering.
Great photos Chloe.
Chloe was everywhere with her camera. My hair looks a right mess from the back hahaha!
Good to see these.
I get the impression that the bottom photo might be key OUCH personel? If it is, it would be really nice to have some names to faces if poss?
Glad to oblige. In the bottom photo from left to right: Jason Clark (Officer) me, Fraser&Chloe Bailey, Scott Bruce (trustees), Peter and Liz Kelly (trustee), my hubby Dave (general dogsbody, haha) and Anne Turner, who turns up religiously at conferences to volunteer along with Peter Kelly on the merchandise table.
The bonny smiling girl handing round a sandwich tray was attending her first conference but she thoroughly enjoyed mucking in and getting to know her fellow sufferers. I highly recommend coming along to the next conference in Wales if at all possible. It's so rewarding and you get to meet and have an opportunity to chat with the top neurologists who give up their free time for us.
Some of our familiar faces like Val, Colin Allen (Vice Chairman) and other trustees were unable to attend this conference but should be at the next one.
Thanks Dorothy, so nice to have more names to faces. Would be at every conference if it were possible. We went to the London one in November and it was brilliant, but we find travelling into anywhere busy very traumatic and are not often able to attempt it. It was nothing short of a miracle we were there and I'm not sure we will be able to attempt it again.
Wherabouts in Wales will it be? I guess the conferences have to be based in main towns/cities to access the expert input and so on.
thanks again for the names.
Nothing is set in stone yet Harriet but details will be posted as soon as it has all been arranged.
Fraser is a supporter (my supporter), and often gives talks at our conferences on the role of a supporter to someone with cluster headache, and runs a supporter 'workshop'.
Fraser is such a brilliant supporter/speaker and I love hearing his talks x
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