Stammering group for Lincolnshire (Grimsby, Cleethorpes & Scunthorpe)

Members of the Grimsby group sitting round a table looking at the camera

A shared space for anything to do with stammering, for people living around Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Scunthorpe and in Lincolnshire.

The group's vision is to provide a safe space for people who stammer to:

  • come together as a local community 
  • share experiences
  • offer mutual support and encouragement
  • celebrate communication and social activity
  • enjoy humour and fun
  • try something new or extend boundaries
  • engage in open discussions 
  • explore anything stammering related 
  • keep up to date with the wider stammering community
  • develop a platform for collectively raising awareness about stammering.

Member's comments

Group members have said:

"Everyone is listened to within the group and there is an opportunity to develop openness about stammering."

"The group reduces the sense of isolation which can be felt in relation to the experience of stammering."

"There is opportunity to talk together in a safe, non-judgemental, accepting environment."

Times & venue

This group meets fortnightly on Thursdays from 6.45pm–8.45pm in the Community space at Tesco Extra, Hewitt's Circus Retail Park, Hewitt's Avenue, Cleethorpes, DN35 9QR. Additional meetings and activities may be arranged. Some meetings might be held online using Zoom.


For more information, contact either Wendy or Christine using the details below: 

Email Wendy on or phone 07756571872
Or email Christine on or phone 07774052206.

Meetings are advertised on their Facebook group. You can follow the group on Instagram too.


Meetings are mainly for adults but arrangements can sometimes be made for under 18s. Children would always have to be accompanied by an adult. 

This group adheres to the STAMMA Code of Conduct for local groups, and meetings are organised within the framework of STAMMA's policies for safeguarding, data protection and health and safety. 

It is supported by Speech & Language Therapists who will offer practical support and guidance as requested and when possible.

Artwork by group member Wendy Ronaldson
Artwork by group member Wendy Ronaldson