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Tameside Pulmonary Fibrosis Support group launch a huge success

Yesterday saw the launch of the Tameside Pulmonary Fibrosis Support group which has been spearheaded and championed by Clive Green with the support of his wife Sue and his daughter, alongside APF.

APF trustee Stephen Morgan Hyland, Clive Green, Susan Ellis, Sue Green and APF Support Group Co-ordinator Lorna McLauchlan

Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis hosted the meeting and it was a huge success. Lots of local people were there as well as healthcare professionals. Nursing staff attended from Tameside and Wythenshawe Hospital as well as the local hospice. Our Support Group Co-ordinator Lorna McLauchlan talked about the charity and support groups and our new trustee Stephen Morgan-Hyland discussed his journey and why he joined APF.

Group organiser Clive Green talks to the group

Clive and Sue Green hosted the event alongside APF and provided tea, coffee, biscuits and cakes. A huge thank you to Clive Green and his wife Sue for all their hard work.

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