Events & Support Activites calendar now online


Happy 2017 to you all! We have some exciting things happening this year, and we hope you will see something you would like to come along to. If you would like to suggest an event or think there is something missing, just let us know. We want everyone to be part of the events programme.

safari-1Everyone living with or connected to bleeding disorders is welcome at our events. We know that mums, dads, brothers, sisters, partners, grandparents, carers and friends of those with bleeding disorders are all affected by diagnosis, and you are a crucial part of our community too. You can attend events on your own, with your family or supportive friend. All events are free, unless stated, and we can reimburse travel costs.

Our events and support activities run so we can share information, help each other, and connect to medical professionals or alternative therapies. We also hold events that raise awareness at science festivals and in other pop up public spaces.

All activities aim to be accessible and relaxed. We provide details on accessibility for all our events, and can find out answers to any questions you may have. We try to make sure that there is something for everyone and we want to run events that will interest the whole community.

See More about our events here


To book or for any more info, use the online links or get in touch with Emma on 0131 281 0857, or via facebook.  We would love to hear from you and hope to see you at an event in 2017. If anything is stopping you from coming along, get in touch for a chat!

22nd January, 11:45 – 4pm, Women’s Art Meet up: Lunch at The Bothy Restaurant, Ruthven Lane, Glasgow and art session at the Hunterian Museum Glasgow. Join us for our Women’s group alternative museum tour & art session. No experience in art is needed and all sessions will be in an informal and fun environment, more info and booking can be found here.

19th February , 12- 4pm, A Wild Day Out at Edinburgh Zoo: Join us for a Hungry Hippo or Adult’s lunch, visit the pandas, take part in the special enclosures quiz or try small animal handling. There will be activities suitable for all.

4th March, 7pm-1am, Haemophilia Scotland Fundraiser Gig at The Park Hotel, Thurso, featuring The Andy Gunn Band & more local musical talent! Tickets £5 on the door, no need to book. More info can be found here.

11th March, Puzzle Room Challenge, Edinburgh: (date awaiting confirmation) As part of the UK Transforming Transition Programme, and in partnership with the Edinburgh Haemophilia Centre, come and have your say about transferring from paediatric to adult services and take part in the puzzle room challenge!

March (date to be discussed), Men’s Relaxation & Photography Retreat: Explore therapeutic techniques in a quiet, peaceful location, away from medical environments.

10th – 14th April, 10am – 4pm, Raising Awareness: drop by and solve our Blood Doctor Crime Scene at The Edinburgh International Science Festival, Summerhall.

22nd April, Pain Management & Visualization Day at Dundee Science Centre: An honest exploration of physical and emotional pain management, with children’s well being activities and smaller workshop sessions for all.

Centre Visits – look out for our info & art tables at clinic days in May!

20th May, 12- 4pm: Our AGM 2017 will feature discussions on recent developments in treatment and explore support topics. There will be children’s activities, and a group sailing trip on the SS Walter Scott (accessible for all).


1 comment

  1. Programme is looking good, only one I would query is the Shark Party at Deep Sea World as this is right at the start of Scottish school holidays so not going to be accessible for everyone.

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