Please note that our AGM on Wednesday 20th March 2019 has been Postponed due to Covid-19.


The South Lancs Branch covers St.Helens and Warrington in the south through Cronton, Whiston, Leigh, Wigan, to Standish Skelmersdale and Burscough in the north. We hold get-togethers every 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Holiday Inn Haydock, Lodge Ln, Haydock, WA12 0JG at 7:30pm. We always welcome new faces to join us for a cuppa and a chat. Our venue is modern, wheelchair friendly and very welcoming. Meetings and Parking are free but please log your car registration with reception.

Contact Eric Seddon on eric.seddon@hotmail.co.uk or 07841108540 for more details.

The branch is run entirely by volunteers and aims to provide the best possible support to local people with MND, their families, carers and those close to them. 


What we do:

  • We offer emotional, practical and financial support.

  • Provide a link with other vital services where needed, through our team of trained Association Visitors.

  • Hold regular meetings and other events in the area.

  • Liaise with local health and social care professionals to influence and improve services for people with MND.

  • Campaign to influence and raise awareness of the disease in the wider community.

  • Support and organise fundraising events to contribute to things that improve the quality of life for people living with MND in the South Lancs area, to pay for equipment not provided elsewhere and to help fund MNDA care and national research projects.



Branch meeting dates for 2019


  • Wednesday 16th January 2019

  • Wednesday 20th February 2019

  • Wednesday 20th March 2019 - Postponed due to Covid-19

  • Wednesday 17th April 2019

  • Wednesday 15th May 2019

  • Wednesday 19th June 2019 - No branch meeting due to MND Awareness Film Evening

  • Wednesday 17th July 2019

  • Wednesday 21st August 2019

  • Wednesday 18th September 2019

  • Wednesday 16th October 2019

  • Wednesday 20th November 2019

Motor neurone disease (MND) describes a group of diseases that affect the nerves (motor neurones) in the brain and spinal cord that tell your muscles what to do. With MND, messages from these nerves gradually stop reaching the muscles, leading them to weaken, stiffen and waste. Watch the short animation shown above for an overview about the disease, then select from the following to find out more. Our information covers health and social care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland – please contact MND Scotland if you live in Scotland.


If you are living with or close to someone with motor neurone disease (MND), the MNDA 'About MND' web hub is designed to help you. It also answers common questions about MND and Kennedy’s disease, including how the disease is diagnosed, and how to manage daily life, access support and find information.

Click here for more information 'About MND'..

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