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South East Coast and London

Covering Surrey, East Sussex, West Sussex, Brighton & Hove, Kent & Medway and Greater London, we support people living with diabetes. We work to improve care for people living with the condition and fight to ensure their voices are heard. We work with healthcare professionals across the region.

We also want to help stem the rise in type 2 diabetes cases by helping people understand their risk of the condition and share simple ways to eat a well-balanced diet, be more active and live healthier lives. 

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Local Groups

Local groups across the region that offer people living with diabetes a chance to meet and share experiences.
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Events and Videos

We run a offer a range of in-person and online events. Find out more here.
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Together Type 1

Our youth programme helps people aged 11-25 with diabetes and supporting young leaders.
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Volunteering

We couldn't do our great work without your help. Learn more about volunteering for us.
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News

Catch up on the latest news in the South East Coast and London region.
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Fundraising

Find out how to fundraise for us or join one of our fundraising events.

Email us
SECoastAndLondon@diabetes.org.uk

Call us
01372 720148
 

Write to us
Diabetes UK South East Coast and London 
Wells Lawrence House
126 Back Church Lane
London
E1 1FH

 

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Meet the team

Learn about us and how we work across the region
Newsletter June 2024

Newsletter June 2024

Click to read our latest newsletter.
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Improving care in your area

How we work to help everyone to receive the same standard of healthcare, regardless of where they live.
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Connecting with the community

Learn how we engage with communities that are at higher risk of developing diabetes.
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