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The Guernsey Motor Neurone LBG charity offers care and support for people with Motor Neurone Disease, their carers and families living within the  Bailiwick of Guernsey (Alderney, Sark, Herm).

The charity does this by:

  • Providing volunteer visitors

  • Helping fund raising

  • Helping improve services to people  with Motor Neurone

  • Promoting public and professional awareness  and understanding of Motor Neurone and the role of the GMN organisation.

Patient liaison visitors
We have liaison visitors who provide vital support to families by:

  • Visiting them at home

  • Keeping in touch regularly by telephone

  • Liaising with professional services to ensure the person living with Motor Neurone receives the best care necessary to manage their condition.

In Guernsey we work closely with local health professionals which include occupational therapists, physiotherapists, district nurses and speech therapists.

Our aim is to provide community support to the highest standard, to ensure that people affected by Motor Neurone feel secure and receive the care they need.
Please note if phoning from outside UK the code is: 0044 1481

Director and Patient Liaison Co-ordinator
Mrs Mary Hodder
Santa Rosa, Ruette des Fries, Castel, Guernsey  GY5 7PW
Tel: 01481 255801

Director and Secretary
Mrs Chris Bligh
The Bounty, Salines Lane, L’Islet, St Sampson's, Guernsey  GY2 4FL
Tel: 01481 243322

Mr Vito Priore
Applecross, Pre de la Cotte, Castel, Guernsey  GY5 7YR
Tel:  07781 466588

Publicity Officer
Mrs Judy Walker  
Casa Del Mar, Le Varclin, St Martin’s, Guernsey  GY4 6AL
Tel: 01481 233334

Medical Store Manager
Mr Allen Webb
Tel: 07781 143905

Committee Members
Ken Brehaut, Geoff Trustrum, Anne Le Lerre, Val Ferbrache

If there is any information you would like included on this site please do not hesitate to contact
Judy Walker Publicity Officer
Tel: 01481 233334


We are pleased to make your stay more comfortable where possible by providing necessary medical equipment at your chosen accommodation.
Please note that prior information is needed, in writing, from your personal medical professional.

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