This special iron brew is a get-together for parents, grandparents and guardians who have children or young people affected by genetic haemochromatosis. Read more
Our charity supports a range of informal social meetings across the United Kingdom. We call these "Iron Brews". They are run by local group members and provide a chance to meet other people affected by genetic haemochromatosis, provide encouragement, share experiences, chat & laugh together.
They take place in a diverse range of venues, from cafes, community halls, pubs and village halls. All follow an open agenda, with the opportunity to meet and talk with others over tea, coffee and cake.
Our members' Iron Brews are listed on our events page. If you're not already a member of our charity, it's quick & easy to join!
We encourage members to hold an Iron Brew in their area or to establish a regular haemochromatosis social group. They can be simple to get started, and we can provide help to get going including a bursary/grant from our community outreach fund.
If interested in setting up a group, contact our socials team for help.
Our socials in Liverpool & Merseyside are possible thanks to the generous support of :
This special iron brew is a get-together for parents, grandparents and guardians who have children or young people affected by genetic haemochromatosis.
Join us for our new members' Iron Brew social, via Zoom. Do you know anyone with GH? We didn't when first diagnosed.....come along!