No Panic

(Sutton & Merton)

Welcome to


No Panic

(Sutton & Merton)


"There is hope, you can overcome anxiety, panic attacks and phobias." 

About Us


No Panic (Sutton & Merton) is a self-help group that provides support to people suffering from anxiety, panic attacks and phobias. Support meetings are held weekly on alternating Wednesdays and Thursdays. The group exists to offer people support for their anxieties by talking to fellow sufferers and helping them to live more positively.


Self-help means mutual support provided by members of a group who share anxiety-based problems, and who have come together to pool their knowledge and experiences in order to find their own solutions to these problems. We don't talk about curing people - we think more in terms of people being helped to help themselves. For more information on our meetings go to Support.


Jean Bevan - Development Worker and Founder


Jean set up the charity in 1997 after being told that there was no support for people who suffered with anxiety, panic attacks and phobias. When enquiring about a self-help group, the response was that if she wanted one she would need to start it herself - so she did! Jean worked tirelessly in Sutton, and for a while in Merton, promoting the group and the support it offered. Jean sadly passed away in 2019, she was a well respected member of the Voluntary Sector Community and will be missed by many.


If you would like further information on our group please get in touch. For contact details go to Contact Us.


Important Coronavirus Notice


We regret to say that the regular group meetings of No Panic (Sutton & Merton) have been temporarily suspended due to the current coronavirus crisis. We are still here to offer you support and advice, if you would like to contact us please call or email:  





We aim to offer support for those experiencing anxiety, panic attacks and phobias by:


  • Providing self-help groups;

  • Providing support through regular meetings;
  • Assisting members in developing personal coping strategies;
  • Raising awareness of the needs of people suffering from anxiety, panic attacks and phobias;
  • Offering personal development and training to members;
  • Providing information on a range of relevant issues;
  • Providing a lending service of literature and related materials and information on a range of issues.

Self-help group meetings


We regret that meetings are currently suspended due to the Coronavirus crisis.


We hold weekly meetings for members on alternate Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings. The meetings are always led by an experienced Development Worker. The emphasis is on sharing experiences and solutions to difficulties encountered in relation to phobias, anxiety and related problems.


Training professionals often attend these sessions throughout the year in order to provide guidance in a variety of relevant techniques for coping with stress, anxiety and phobias. Your first meeting would be by appointment only after a brief assessment, therefore if you would like to attend one of our meetings please get in touch. For contact details go to Contact Us.

Wednesdays 2:00pm - 3:30pm


Meetings are held in Sutton at:


Granfers Community Centre,

73-79 Oakhill Rd,




Subscription charge £3.00 per meeting

Thursdays 7:30pm - 9:30pm


Meetings are held in North Cheam at:


Cheam Resource Centre,

671 London Rd,




Subscription charge £3.00 per meeting

2020 Dates


January - 8th & 22nd

Februry - 5th & 19th

March - 4th & 18th

April - 1st, 15th & 29th

May - 13th & 27th

June - 10th & 24th

July - 8th & 22nd

August - 5th & 19th

September - 2nd, 16th & 30th

October - 14th & 28th

November - 11th & 25th

December - 9th

2020 Dates


January - 2nd & 16th & 30th

Februry - 13th & 27th

March - 12th & 26th

April - 9th & 23rd

May - 7th & 21st

June - 4th & 18th

July - 2nd, 16th & 30th

August - 13th & 27th

September - 10th & 24th

October - 8th & 22nd

November - 5th & 19th

December - 3rd & 17th


63 Downs Road




Contact Us


If you would further information or would like to attend our group meetings then please get in touch. You can write, call, email or use the contact form below.

Contact Form