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hey. im thinking of starting up a london support group for herpes & coldsores. one thing that comes to mind is venue. as it is a free organization would it be possible to get a free venue at all or would everywhere still charge? should it start off just people meeting in hyde park? also got to think of our weather here lol.

once its going we could also try and get active in things like PFG and stuff. im sure this would be a major help to people as i know it would've helped me.

any suggestions.

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JBnATL

Seek out your local hospitals

Red, I would approach your local hospitals about them hosting a support group. The Atlanta Support group meets monthly at a large hospital here.

I would think a hospital would welcome this type of initiative.

Good luck!

JB

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Red, I would approach your local hospitals about them hosting a support group. The Atlanta Support group meets monthly at a large hospital here.

I would think a hospital would welcome this type of initiative.

Good luck!

JB

thanks i will look into it. isnt it a bit weird going into a hospital though. seems a bit too much for a support group but hey free space is free space!

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