About the group

The Bristol Tinnitus Support group is run by Parminder Munde, Clinical Lead Audiology for GP Care Limited, and Julie Marples, senior audiologist at UH Bristol.

Where the group meets

Christ the King Church
Mautravers Close
Bradley Stoke
Bristol, BS32 8EE

When the group meets

2019 Meetings

On the following Saturdays, 3-5pm:

  • 02 February - Yvonne Roper will be giving a short talk about stress management. Yvonne works with individual clients and also with companies such as Airbus Bristol, Lloyds bank across UK, Dubai Police on various training courses for stress management. Yvonne is Andy Roper's (our group member) wife and has very Kindly agreed to give this talk. Research shows that there is a strong link between tinnitus and stress. Managing stress sucessfully can help to reduce the impact of tinnitus.

  • 27 April - Shakeela Rashid and Jessica Pollard from BTA will be giving a short talk. They will talk about the BTA and their roles within the charity and will also answer any questions relating to tinnitus

  • 22 June

  • 31 August - Janice Rossiter will be giving a short talk on Qigong. Qigong is a form of gentile exercise and is recognised as mind and body medicine. It focuses on the breath, posture and state of awareness. Through Qigong exercises practitioners are able to correct energy imbalances within the body

  • 26 October
  • 14 December

Previous meetings:

2018 - 

  • 24 March: Stephanie Betschart, a hypnotherapy practitioner in Bristol, will be giving a talk
  • 26 May: A short talk from Phillip Egan, a clinical Audiologist from 'The Tinnitus Clinic' in Bristol
  • 28 July: Colette Bunker, Volunteer & Support Group Manager from the BTA, will be visiting the group
  • 29 September - Due to unforeseen circumstances, this meeting has been cancelled. We apologies for any inconvenience. 
  • 1 December

How to find out more

Please let us know if you will be attending a meeting by contacting Parminder at [email protected] or Julie at [email protected]

Additional information

There is a £2 contribution to help cover the room rental.