Nottingham OCD Support Group

The Nottingham OCD Support Group is open to anyone affected by Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, be they sufferers, family members or friends. We provide an informal meeting where people affected by OCD can talk to others in a friendly, understanding and non-judgmental way. Our group is keen to promote the belief that recovery from OCD is possible.

The group does not offer specific therapy or professional guidance, but instead, it is an opportunity to share ideas and strategies, and to provide mutual support, and to share experiences and offer advice about accessing local treatment services.

Attendance is free of charge, and no pre-booking is necessary, just come along on the evening of the group and introduce yourself to the group facilitator, usually Ashley.

The group is facilitated by trained service users, all of whom have OCD or have experienced OCD in the past and have been vetted by OCD-UK for your confidence.

This support group is fully funded by OCD-UK, donations to OCD-UK are welcomed to help continue funding support groups like this one.



Jury's Inn Nottingham

First Floor (see note below),
Jurys Inn Nottingham,
Waterfront Plaza,
Station Street,

Jurys Inn Nottingham is situated on the corner of London Road and Station Street in central Nottingham.

The hotel conference suites are on the first floor, usually suite 107, however sometimes our room is changed by the venue, so when you enter the hotel come to the first floor via lifts and check the conference suites for our meeting, indicated by a sign on our door. We also have access to the conference reception area where you can help yourself to coffee, tea, juice or biscuits.

Scroll down to view the location on Google Maps.



The group starts at 6:45pm, and ends about 8:45pm. This group is very well attended, and whilst we try and given everyone talk-time, this is not always possible.

2018 Meetings (subject to change, we recommend checking this page or Ashley's Twitter feed each the day of each meeting).
- Wednesday 28th March
- Wednesday 2nd May
- Wednesday 30th May
- Wednesday 27th June
- Wednesday 25th July
- Wednesday 29th August
- Wednesday 26th September
- Wednesday 24th October
- Wednesday 28th November
No Dec meeting

In addition to the Nottingham OCD support group, we also fund and facilitate a support group in Derby. Click here for location and more details about the Derby OCD Support Group.


Contact Information

The support group details are intended for people with OCD, and these contact details should not be used by researchers or TV production companies without first consulting OCD-UK.

You can contact Ashley who will be running the group by email or by calling 07917 207714 (please state Nottingham group).

Under no circumstances must you send any correspondence to the venue as they simply host our group, and will not have any information about OCD.


Travel - Car Parking and Trains

Car Park MapThere is no on site car parking, but there are several car parks within 5-10 minutes walk of our venue. The closest are located on Queens Road, just 2 minutes walk from the hotel, The Parc Centre offers secure Pay and Display parking with monitored on site security. The new multi-storey Nottingham Railway Station car park is now open on Queens Road, and charged at £4 for parking during the support group hours. The Broadmarsh Shopping Centre Car Park is about 10 minutes walk away from our venue. and evening rate is £5.50. All prices checked as of July 2013.

Details of other council run car parks can be found on the Nottingham City Council website. A map of other council run car parks can be downloaded here.

Taxi's can be accessed at the front of Nottingham Railway Station.

Bus services in Nottingham are run by Nottingham City Council and Trent Barton buses with nearby stops at the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, approx 6-10 minutes walk.



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