Local groups are a great way to meet others who stammer.
Due to the coronavirus, groups aren't physically meeting at the moment, but several are holding virtual groups online. Check out our Online Events Calendar to join a zoom group meeting.
Some groups are support or self-help groups where you can share your experiences, hear advice from others, discuss speech techniques and practise different speaking situations. These type of groups provide a space where you can build your confidence in a safe, understanding environment. Other groups are more social in style and arrange meet ups in pubs, coffee shops or restaurants.
your nearest group
See if there’s a group near you from the list below. Click on each link for details of each group and who to contact.
Birmingham Stammering Network — *group has moved online
Brighton & Hove
Cambridge — *group has moved online
Cardiff & South Wales
Doncaster — *group has moved online
Edinburgh — group has moved online
Exeter University (for students at the University)
Fife — *group has moved online
Glasgow — *group has moved online
Grimsby & Cleethorpes — *group has moved online
Jersey (Channel Islands)
London Kings Speakers (Toastmasters)
Manchester — *group has moved online
Medway, Kent *group has moved online
North Staffordshire & Stoke On Trent - (Sadly the organiser has stepped down from this group and no one has taken over, so it has closed. Would you like to run it? Email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Warrington — *group has moved online
Women's Stammer Support Group *group has moved online
Wyre & Fylde Parents Group
Set up your own group
If there isn’t a group near you, why not start one up? Download our Guide for setting up a local group (see the attachment below) for useful ideas and tips. Then fill out and return the Local group form (also below) to email@example.com and we'll help promote it.
get your group listed
If you run a group that isn't listed above, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll add it here.