For everyone interested in joining crMEtea:
This website is all about crMEtea. We are a support group open to anyone with ME near the Huntingdonshire area of Cambridgeshire, and the surrounding rural areas. We hold our meet-ups in west Cambridgeshire.
If you would like to join crMEtea please fill out the contact page form. Thank you.
For anyone wishing to join crMEtea, but too ill to come to meet-ups:
Please feel free to contact us anyway, and let us know this. We have a monthly email service available for you.
crMEtea Facebook group:
Open to all members of crMEtea – once they have joined the group via the contact form, and been accepted into the group.
For anyone living in other areas of Cambridgeshire:
Please check our Links section which has details of nearby groups, so you can choose which is the most convenient group for you to get to.
We are an independent meet-up group for people who have M.E. and live in and around Cambridgeshire. Accompanying friends and relatives of people with M.E. are also very welcome to come.
The primary aim of this group is to offer an opportunity for local people who have M.E. to meet together in a relaxed, friendly and supportive atmosphere.
Everyone in our group is in the same ‘M.E. boat’ as you, so we hope you feel confident to come along!
The organisers recognise M.E. as a physical illness. I’m sure you have your own opinions – come along and share them!
You may have been given a diagnosis named as one of the illnesses listed below.
M.E. – Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
The name SEID is being used for ME in some countries (Systemic Exertional Intollerance Disease).
There is no universally accepted diagnosis yet, or even full agreement about the name of our illness. We hope this will change soon. What we do know is that ME is a multi-system physical illness with a variety of symptoms.
Detailed information about the symptoms of M.E. and other advice can be found at the ME charity:
The ME Association (www.meassociation.org.uk).
In line with the latest scientific evidence we consider PEM (Post Exertional Malaise) to be a distinctive and cardinal symptom of ME.
If you see any inaccuracies in the information on our website, or you think it needs updating in any way, please don’t hesitate to let us know. Thank you.