Entries by Irene Kerr

2021 Meeting Dates

Hello everyone, With the easing of the current COVID restrictions, we are now in a position to reconvene our monthly support group meeting. Unfortunately, at present we are unable to access the Macrobin centre at Cornhill Hospital, however we have managed to secure the use of 2 rooms at Caf4e Credo on John Street. Due […]

10th July 2019 Dundee Meeting Cancelled

Due to lack of facilitators we will unfortunately have to cancel the July group on Wednesday 10th. Our next group night will be Wednesday 14th August at usual time and venue. We apologise for any inconvenience & look forward to seeing you in August. Kind regards Bridging the Gap

Sponsored Walk across the Tay Bridge

We’re holding a charity walk on Sunday 11th June 2017, so please join with friends and family to raise money in aid of NEEDS 2 (Bridging the Gap), supporting sufferers and carers dealing with an eating disorder in Dundee and Tayside. Meet at the Apex Hotel on Sunday 11th June at 11am. The APEX Hotel […]

Carers Conference 2017

The Scottish Eating Disorders Interest Group, SEDIG, are holding their 2017 Carers’ Conference at The Eric Liddell Centre in Edinburgh on Saturday 4th March 2017. Like last years conference, there features an interesting and varied programme. Date & time Saturday 4th March 2017, 9.30am – 4pm Venue The Eric Liddell Centre, 15 Morningside Road, Edinburgh, […]

Arts & Craft Group – 2017 Meeting Dates

NEEDS (Scotland) North East Eating Disorders Support (Scotland) Reg Charity no SC043640 Arts & Craft Group 2017 dates January 17th February 14th March 14th April 11th 7-9pm Free admission, refreshments provided. All group members/carers welcome. You can register on the night. Art Room M5 Rosemount Community Centre Belgrave Terrace Aberdeen AB25 2NS. Parking available through […]

Guest speaker – Neil Gibson 7th Nov 2016

North East Eating Disorder Support Group Would like to welcome Neil Gibson As a Guest speaker on Monday 7 th November 2016 Neil Gibson is senior lecturer and course leader for the BA (Hons) Social Work course at Robert Gordon University. He has been researching the therapeutic use of photography in social care settings as […]