Welcome to MESHcornwall
Founder: Stephanie Woodcock President: Wendy Trebilcock Patron: Professor AJ Pinching
We are a patient-led group of volunteers dedicated to helping local people affected by CFS/ME
We represent local views in order to raise awareness for greater acceptance and understanding of CFS/ME
We campaign to ensure readily available and appropriate health and social care provision
We have - as an organisation - supported the local CFS/ME community since 1987
News and Events
New Support Group Launched in Truro
First meeting 19 November, from 10am to Noon, at the Malpas Centre – read more...
Regular Community Support Groups - Local meetings led by local people for local people
New Support Group in Bude begins Thursday 26th September from 1-3pm – read more...
Changes to Liskeard, Penzance and St. Austell Support Groups – read more...
New: About CFS/ME!
Read all about our chronic neurological condition:
– what it is, who it might affect, what might cause it, how common it is, the symptoms, the diagnosis, and the treatment options
– as recommended by National Institute of Care Excellence (NICE Guideline) and the influential CFS/ME Working Group Report to Chief Medical Officer (CMO Report)
– and from our national charity organisations – read more...
New: Your NHS Service!
Read about the our local NHS CFS/ME Service - the professionals involved, how to obtain a referral, the kind of treatments on offer; and the Neuro Care Advisory Service – read more...
New: Local Help: negotiating the welfare system!
Find where you can go to seek local and national help to negotiate the benefits system, as well as general help and support for carers, local transport assistance and your mobility equipment needs – read more...
MESHcornwall (MESH) Disclaimer:
All local CFS/ME Community Support Groups are advertised on the MESHcornwall Website for the convenience of those affected by CFS/ME. However, the groups are not run by MESHcornwall, therefore, we cannot be held responsible for the speakers, content or opinions held or expressed at these meetings. The groups have no association with the (NHS) Cornwall CFS/ME Service based at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro.