Adult Burn Support UK offer a weekly online Live Chat every Wednesday 7.30-9.00pm (UK time) for those affected by burn injury to share experiences or discuss any issues they may be having in relation to burns, please click here for more information.
There are a few adult burn support groups that meet 3-4 times a year to encourage burn survivors to come together for a meeting or an activity to support each other and share experiences. We have listed known adult support groups. If you would like to join or find out more about any of the groups, please contact them using the link or telephone number provided.
If you know of a burn support group that meets regularly that you think should be included here, please email the information along with contact details to email@example.com
Meetings take place 4 times a year. The group is for adults who have experienced burns at any age. Meetings can be group discussions, listening to a speaker or a social event. For 2023, meetings will alternate between online and in-person meetings (venue yet to be found).
Thu 7 Dec, 6:30–8pm: Christmas/end of year gathering TBA
McIndoe Burns Support Group, Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead – The group meets three times a year. Meetings are usually activity based and open to any burn survivor (16yrs and over), parent or relative of a burn survivor. Wellness days have proven popular as an activity and participants receive a free lunch. Get in touch to for more information.
Meet every 3 months inMarch, June, September, December on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. The meetings are organised by the Burns Outreach Specialist Nurses. There is usually a Speaker and the group meets at 2pm in the Burns Seminar Room, Burns Unit, Wythenshawe Hospital. For more information, please call or email:
BUGS (Burns Unit Group Support) is a support group set up for patients with a burn injury treated at Salisbury District Hospital and is a small charitable fund of the hospital’s Stars Appeal Charity. It supports patients while they are on Odstock and Sarum wards and as they move out in to the community as outpatients. It still supports former patients too and crosses a large regional area, from Swindon in the north down to Southampton, Portsmouth, Weymouth and across to the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands.