Anaphylaxis Campaign 20 years celebration

The Anaphylaxis Campaign has now been going for 20 years and have achieved so much in that time. I remember reading about the charity in the Telegraph, some months after my first serious anaphylactic reaction and feeling complete panic hearing about David Reading’s daughter, who sadly passed away after an anaphylactic reaction to nuts. I […]

Allergy Adventures story time and picnic in Wendover Woods – 31st August

If you have kids with allergies bring them along for a story, a picnic, a laugh with other kids. The stories read by Hailey from Allergy Adventures help kids to learn about allergies and have fun too.

Allergy Support Group – Holidays with allergies – 24th April 2013

Even thinking about taking a holiday when you have multiple life threatening allergies can be daunting. Planning it can become a military proceedure and you may feel you will never get a real holiday from your allergies. Come along to this support group for some ideas, tips, support and help.

Dates for your diary – Allergy Support Groups March and April 2013

I’m planning two Allergy Support Groups for March and April, in association with The Anaphylaxis Campaign. When and how should you explain allergies to your allergic child? Wednesday 6th March – 7.30pm Planning a safe and successful holiday with life threatening allergies Wednesday 24th April – 7.30pm Both these events will be taking place at […]

Achieving a balanced diet without certain food groups

The next Allergy Support Group from What Allergy and The Anaphylaxis Campaign is taking place on Wednesday October 3rd 2012 from 7.30 till 9.30pm. Jenny Tschiesche will be talking about ‘Achieving a balanced diet without certain food groups’

Allergy Support Group – 21st June, 7 till 9pm

If you live in Buckinghamshire, have allergies, food intolerances, coeliac disease, or are just newly diagnosed and feeling lost, confused and like running away crying, there is help out there. Come along to a FREE allergy support group. Meet other people with allergies, share experiences, learn about new products and get advice.

Understanding food intolerance: fact from fiction

If you have allergies or food intolerances, or suspect that you have, you’ll know how difficult it is to pinpoint and identify exactly which foods are causing you a problem. I was always sceptical about food intolerance testing, but attending this event has changed my views. Read on to find out why…