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MyPainFibro appoints new Patrons

MyPainFibro recently announced they had appointed two new Patrons namely Paul Fiddaman, chief executive of Chester-le-Street’s Cestria Community Housing, and Tracie Smith, Durham county councillor for Chester-le-Street North and a Cestria board member. 

Mr Fiddaman said: “It is an honour to become a patron of such an outstanding support group that helps others to get advice about Fibromyalgia and chronic pain conditions.  It has been great to see the charity grow after we helped them with funding and following our support of our tenant, Angela Walker, who has the condition.”

Cllr Smith, said: “I feel very honoured and proud to be a patron of MyPainFibro. There is a definite need for that kind of support group because there are a lot of people who are suffering and people don’t appreciate what they are going through.”

The group, which is associated with the national charity Fibromyalgia Association UK, has more than 70 members online and 33 residents who are full members.


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