In this section you can find out about upcoming events.  You can also read reports from some of the events we have run in the past so you can find out a bit more about what to expect.

Almost all our events are free to members and we aim to run a wide enough variety of events that whatever your age, bleeding disorder, or location, there is something for everyone.  We can usually help with the costs of travel as well.



Dates for your diary


Joint Campaign Meeting. Queen’s Hotel, Perth, March 23, 1:30pm-4:00pm.

Haemophilia Scotland and the Scottish Infected Blood Forum (SIBF) are hosting a Joint Campaign Meeting at the Queen’s Hotel in Perth on March 23, 1:30pm-4:00pm.

The purpose of the meeting is to provide an update on the ongoing public inquiry.

The venue is located within a short walking distance between the Perth Bus Station and Perth Train Station. The room is located on the first floor, however, there is a lift for those who require it.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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World Haemophilia Day Evening Reception, Scottish Poetry Library, April 17, 6:00pm-9:00pm

The 17th of April every year is World Haemophilia Day.

This year, Haemophilia Scotland is hosting a World Haemophilia Day event at the Scottish Poetry Library.

Invite your family, friends and local MSP and MP along for our evening reception at 6:00pm-9:00pm. Guests include Hamish MacDonald, 2015-2017 Scottish Scriever, and Theresa Talbot, broadcaster and author of “Keep Her Silent.”

Save the date and join us as we mark World Haemophilia Day 2019!

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Teen Driving Lesson. Knockhill Racing Circuit, 20 April, 12:30pm-5:30pm

This event is for teenagers aged 13-17 affected by a bleeding disorder.
This event is FREE for members of Haemophilia Scotland.
The non-member fee is £75.00.

Living with a bleeding disorder doesn’t mean your ability to travel has to be restricted.

The transitioning from child care to adult care is such a critical time in the life of someone affected by a bleeding disorder.

The transition process is all about self management and care and becoming independent and responsible.

The purpose of this event is to equip teenagers with the confidence to drive which can open up a whole range of possibilities for them and put them on a path to being independent, young adults.

12:30pm: Meet for lunch (provided)
1:20pm: Driving course.
5:30pm: Finish

Due to the nature of the event, there are 16 spaces available on a first come, first served basis.

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Haemophilia Scotland Women’s Conference. Holy Trinity Church Hall, Stirling. 18 May, 10:30am-4:00pm

This event is open to grandmothers, mothers, daughters, sisters etc. with a bleeding disorder, or affected by a bleeding disorder.
This event is free for members
The non-member fee is £10.

Join us at Holy Trinity Church Hall in Stirling at our first ever Women’s Conference!

We’ll have guest speakers and workshops and want the event to be as accessible as possible. We will be operating a creche service so please feel free to bring your children along.

Lunch will be provided.

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2019 Haemophilia Scotland AGM. Augustine United Church, Edinburgh, June 8, 11:00am-3:00pm

This is an interactive event for people affected by a bleeding disorder, young and old.
This event is FREE for members
The non-member fee is £10/person.

Haemophilia Scotland and Licketyspit have teamed up to create this fun day where your child/ren will learn through play and theatre some helpful messages, previously suggested by you, that will help them better understand living with a bleeding disorder.

Licketyspit is an Edinburgh-based theatre company, dedicated to creating meaningful theatre to engage the imaginations of early years children, to empower them and to inspire their play. Participation is for young and old alike!

We have a mobile creche operating, so at the commencement of the AGM at 1:15pm, children will have the opportunity to visit the National Museum before returning at 3:00pm to finish.

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First Public Hearings of Public Inquiry. Edinburgh International Conference Centre, 2-5 July, 8-11 July 

The first of the Public Hearings will take place at the EICC on 2-5 July and 8-11 July.

Details on registering to attend the hearings will be published in due course.


Family Superhero Day. Highland Wildlife Park, 20 July, 12:00pm-5:00pm.

This event is for people affected by a bleeding disorder.
COST: FREE for members!
The non-member fee is £10/person

Calling all superheroes! Join us for a family day out at the Highland Wildlife Park!

Come dressed in your costumes: Batman, Cat Woman, The Incredible Hulk, Marvel or DC or anything else welcome! Prizes will be given for the best costumes.

With great power comes great responsibility! Who will you come as?

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Family Fishing Trip. Orchill Coarse Fishery, 10 August, 1:00pm-5:00pm

This is an event for people affected by bleeding disorders.
This event is FREE for members!
The non-member fee is £10/person.

Join us at Haemophilia Scotland’s first ever fishing event at Orchill Coarse Fishery!

This is an event for all ages, bring the family – kids, parents, grandparents etc. are all welcome!

Orchill Coarse Fishery do not supply fishing rods so you will need to bring your own.

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3rd Annual Haemophilia Scotland Go Karting Championship. Knockhill Racing Circuit, 7 September, 10:30am-2:00pm

This event is for teenagers aged 12+ affected by a bleeding disorder
This event is FREE for members
The non-member fee is £34

We’re back at Knockhill for the 3rd Annual Haemophilia Scotland Teen Go Karting Championship!

Bring your need for speed and join us at Knockhill Racing Circuit at 10:30am on September 7th, 2019.

Following the race, we’ll have lunch (provided) and listen to a guest speaker.

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Little World of Play

Young Family trip to Little World of Play. 14 September, 12:15pm-2:30pm

This event is for people affected by a bleeding disorder.
This event is FREE for members!
The non-member fee is £7.95 for walkers and £1.95 for non-walkers. Adults are free.

“Little World of Play is a miniature version of any town with all the usual shops and businesses; such as a supermarket, a fire station, a beauty salon, a hospital, a restaurant, a police station and much more – all in the perfect mini size to inspire the imaginations of little people”

This event is for families with young children affected by a bleeding disorder. Meet other parents with small children and use the opportunity to share tips and advice on parenting and support one another.

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