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Welcome to our Online M.E. Centre

Here you can find information and support about the chronic condition myalgic encephalomyelitis (M.E.) Unfortunately the site is currently experiencing technical issues: please read the important information below.

Important information about our website

On Wednesday 28 October 2015, our website provider went into liquidation, and our former hosting company effectively terminated hosting of our Online M.E. Centre, declining to give us the opportunity to work with them to keep it online.

The site you can see now is a “scrape” of a cached version of our site. This means that we have been able to retrieve the majority of our pages of key information and support about M.E.

You can navigate around the site as normal, but please be aware that there’s a chance that some links on some pages may not work.

Unfortunately, this temporary version of the site is NOT able to provide the following functionality:

  • accessibility options
  • search function and services directory: if you are not able to find the information you need, please contact us
  • news channels: please visit our Facebook page for latest news, or find us on Twitter.
  • our forums, including our M.E. Friends Online forum.

It has also been necessary to considerably reduce the number of downloadable publications. You can find our key booklets and factsheets in the Publications section.

We appreciate that this is frustrating, and we thank you for your patience.

In early December, we will launch a new website in which our forum, services directory and other functions will be reinstated. Our new site is being designed and built in consultation with people affected by M.E., with improved navigation, and easier access to resources.

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