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The Newsletter of the Friends of the Manx Diabetes Centre

Caarjyn Laare Chingys-Shugyr Vannin
Registered as a charity in the Isle of Man. Charity registration number 894
Website: - www.diabetes.org.im E-mail: - editor@diabetes.org.im E-mail: - secretary@diabetes.org.im
All monies from whatever source received by the Group shall be exclusively spent on the Isle of Man, in the furtherance of the well-being of the diabetic patient
and to facilitate the work of their medical carers.

Border Television claims £5 million pounds spent on Obesity by DHSS on Island

Mr Eddie Shallcross holds AGM audience spellbound

First ever street collection brings in £311.00 for just two hours collecting in Douglas

The Newsletter is now taking on advertising

 

In this Issue

  • The obesity forum at the Manx Museum
  • The AGM
  • Address by Mr Eddie Shallcross on the BT Challenge. Guest speaker at the AGM
  • Address by Dr Alison Blackman on the Diabetes UK conference. Guest speaker at the AGM
  • Our next AGM
  • Our first street collection on Saturday 22nd May in Douglas.
  • Exhibition by the Mannin Quilters
  • Our first car boot sale
  • On a lighter note
  • Life explained
  • Developments
  • Vitamin E
  • Farabloc
  • Skippy the Kangaroo
  • Chocolate and Sweets
  • The Elixir of Life
  • Computer freaks
  • Events for the coming quarter
  • Membership
  • Get your stickers here
  • The budding journalist: -
    John Collins
  • Advertise in the Newsletter
 



 

The Obesity Forum at the Manx Museum

 

The Friends of the Manx Diabetes Centre are very proud to have been associated with the obesity debate at the Manx Museum on Thursday 20 th May last.

 

This was organised by the Friends of the Manx Diabetes Centre in conjunction with the Isle of Man Obesity Forum.

 

The Manx Museum

 

The Friends of the Manx Diabetes Centre have always been alive to the necessities of our Manx population and in particular diabetics on the Isle of Man

 


 

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