All are welcome – friends, relatives, partners and especially the undiagnosed (we all started out undiagnosed so know what’s what).
The format is simple – there are no rules, no charges, no notes taken – you show up (we aren’t bothered if you turn up at your leisure) and ask anything you want, there’s usually someone with relevant experience. You don’t even have to talk about ADHD – it’s completely open.
And we’re friendly. ADHDers tend to be friendly and non-judgemental (who are we to judge?) and everyone had to come to a first meet, so we know what that feels like, so we’re very welcoming.
Look out for me (David) – mug shot below. That shirt is my meet ‘uniform’. It’s usually best to email a few days before to get my number (if I put it here I get spam calls all day long).
If anyone wants to arrange their own meet send an email and it can appear here – we’re here to support you!
if you need any further detail mail us – the address is
If you have any issues you don’t want discussing in open meeting you can always talk, in confidence, with our staff by email, phone or in person, to see if we can help. Catch us at the meeting or arrange any other contact by mailing the address above.
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Sunday 10th February
The Nexus Art Cafe 1-3PM
2 Dale Street
Manchester M1 1JW
Close to Piccadilly Station/Gardens – sorry, no free parking nearby even on Sunday.
Monday 18th February 7-9PM
The Trafford Centre
at the front of the food court, between Five Guys and Nando’s, near the exit to the car park.
Thursday 24th 7-9PM
A Social at
The Bull’s Head
84 London Road
The pub is opposite Piccadilly train station taxi rankThere is parking in the side street (Granby Row) – pay and display till 8PM, free after that.
Tuesday 24th July 7-9PM
Jackson’s Boat (pub)
Rifle Rd, Sale M33 2LX
The pub has a large beer garden – since the weather looks good the idea is to sit in the garden.
It’s an open area so there might not be shade. Get sunscreen, or a hat, if you are sun bothered.
Well behaved dogs/children are welcome.
They have a pay and display car park – fee refundable if you make a purchase.
If you’re anything like me then you’ll take the free option and walk rather than trying to remember change/refunds. Both Sale Water Park and the tram stop have free parking – it’s a short walk away.
Getting there – car. Best to take Junction 6 of the M60. It’s signposted from there. Set sat-nav to M33 2LX.
Tram. The Metrolink Victoria-Manchester Airport line is a very short stroll away.