February 2, 2023

EVENTS

Menopause Support – in person. Free drop in events in Norwich with Diane Danzebrink

Diane is hosting in-person drop in events in Norwich to help women access better quality menopause information. The first, at The Forum, was on 25 January, and you can find out more about it here.

Members of the public can talk to Diane at Castle Quarter on 15 February and in John Lewis Norwich on 28 March, with the rare opportunity to meet her in person and ask questions about how to access better information about managing the menopause.

Diane comments: “We’re taking Menopause Support and the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign out onto the streets of Norwich so we can reach people in person and help people get better informed about menopause. Anyone can visit our stand to ask questions about perimenopause, menopause and the wide variety of physical, psychological and cognitive symptoms this stage of life can bring. And find out more about our campaign to Make Menopause Matter in healthcare, education and in the workplace.”

“We will be in Norwich talking openly about menopause, sharing factual, quality information, and breaking down the stigma about having conversations about the menopause and the impact it can have on women and the people around them. If you’d like to know how to access good quality information to support yourself, a friend, a relative or to understand more about this phase of life, please come and find us.”

Menopause Support – in person with Diane Danzebrink

The Forum (in the atrium), Thursday 25 th January, 10am – 3pm
Castle Quarter (lower ground floor, near Starbucks) Thursday 15 th February, 10am – 2pm
John Lewis Norwich (The Balcony) Thursday 28 th March, 10am – 3pm

Some local coverage of the first event is here and here.

 


You may be interested in more upcoming events, some of which may be in your area.

Over the last twelve months we have been in various parts of the UK presenting Understanding Menopause and our founder Diane Danzebrink has spoken at conferences related to Menopause and mental health.

Keep an eye on this page for details of upcoming events.