Welcome to the Aberdeen Affiliated Support Group

Welcome to the networking group for anyone affected by an Upper GI cancer (oesophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, gall bladder or bile duct). We welcome anyone, including family members and friends looking for support following diagnosis of any of the mentioned cancers. The group covers the Grampian area including Aberdeen city, shire and Morayshire. Whatever your circumstances we hope you will consider joining us at one of our monthly meetings here in the Maggie’s Centre in Aberdeen. The group meets every 4 weeks in the Centre on a Wednesday afternoon between the hours of 4-5.30pm. We often have a Clinical Nurse Specialist attend the meeting. There is no need to pre book just simply come along however if you would like more information please contact us on 01224 645928 or email us on aberdeen@maggiescentres.org.

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Susan Sutherland on 01224 645 928 by email to Susan.Sutherland@maggiescentres.org

Date Time Venue
TBC 16:00 - 17:30 Maggie's Centre Aberdeen, Westburn Road, AB25 2UZ

Meeting Venue


Our 'Drop In' Sessions are held at the Maggies Centre, Aberdeen - Moday to Friday, 9:00 - 17:00 

If you would like to view the Maggies Centre website, please click below:



Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Elizabeth Montgomerie Building
Westburn Road, Foresterhill
AB25 2UZ


How to find the Maggie's Centre

By Car

Maggie’s Aberdeen is a short walk away from the main Aberdeen Royal Infirmary buildings and is signposted within the hospital grounds. We are situated just off Westburn Road and this is the easiest access to our car parking spaces through the hospital barrier system. 

By Public Transport

There are frequent bus services running on Westburn Road and also to the hospital site. For more information please take a look a the NHS Grampian bus guide.

By Foot

The easiest way to reach the centre by foot is from Westburn Road. If coming from other parts of the hospital the centre is sign posted.

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