Support groups

Do you or someone you care for, suffer from a brain tumour?

Do you feel there is no local support?

You are not alone...


The Jersey Brain Tumour Charity place great importance on the area of support to anyone affected by a brain tumour, regardless of the time of diagnosis and indeed who it is that has been affected. We know that other than the patient themselves, family members, friends, carers, school or work colleagues can also feel the afraid, helpless, confused and frustrated. That’s why we support everyone involved.

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If you think that it might help to talk to someone who has an appreciation of what you are going through, please contact us on 01534 510867 who will be able to advise the best way in which we can support you at this most difficult time.

We have a number of patients and carers who are willing to talk either by telephone, email or face to face. In addition, please go to our story page where other people’s stories may be of help to you.

Jersey Brain Tumour Charity together with our “Brainy Buddies Network” provide a FREE monthly coffee morning programme.

We meet on the third Thursday of each month at St Paul’s Centre, Lower Hall, New Street from 10.30 am to 12.00 pm, subject to applicable COVID-19 lockdown restrictions.

Most meetings we try to provide special guests who can talk to us and cover a number of important aspects following BT journeys and how we can help others in a relaxed atmosphere.

We hope that you will be able to join us for at least some of our meetings which always seem to leave people feeling positive.

As well as this, we have regular lunches and special events just for you.


Or contact us to have a chat about what we do:

We are here to help so please don’t hesitate to call 01534 510867  (Mon to Fri  10:00 to 15:00) or email admin@jerseybraintumour.com