Become a member
You can help OcuMel UK have a louder voice by becoming a member below.
It allows us to represent people affected by this condition correctly and will keep you updated with any latest developments. It’s easy and free for you to join us. Members will receive:
· Access to our online community
· Monthly E-bulletins & bi-annual newsletters
· Discounts on items in our online shop section
· Access to our Patient & Family Reps
· Free entrance to our annual conference, member meet ups and annual general meeting.
Please contact us if you would like a form posted to you.
Once you’ve completed the form, patients can also complete a questionnaire so we can understand more about your journey and needs.
Click here to complete this Patient Form now.
Questions and Answers
You will have our access to our online community, monthly e-bulletins, bi-annual newsletters and discounts on items in our online shop section.
Members will also be the first to hear of member meet ups in your local area, our annual conference and our annual general meeting (AGM). Currently, these meeting as are free of charge and covered by sponsorship, but we would always let you know when new events are planned if this is not the case.
None. There is no fee for you to join us an a member and membership will run unless you tell us otherwise. The more members we have, the stronger our voice will be, so please ask you family & friends to join us as well.
Certainly not. We aim to send out a monthly e-bulletins, produce a newsletter every 6 months and invite you to our AGM each year but we would rarely contact you anymore than this. When you join, just let us know whether you would like us to contact you by email or by post so you can choose how frequently you will be contacted.
Like our Facebook page for more stories and updates from us in between our e-bulletins. We regularly share news or celebrate people’s fundraising efforts on here.
We work hard to represent our members but without your views, we can’t accurately represent the patients and family members affected by ocular melanoma.
Occasionally, we have requests from members who need local support, and by having this network , we can contact people in their local area.
Letters are sent out within 2 working days. If you need assistance sooner, please contact Jo Gumbs.