Posts By: Karen Jones

We both now have hope – MS sisters

Sisters Zoe Bowman and Vikki Langford were both diagnosed with multiple sclerosis within weeks of each other. But while Vikki has been able to get treatment for her form of the condition, Zoe has not. That is because Zoe has the primary progressive form of the disease for which there has been no treatment available… Read more »


The cake sale date has changed, it’s now going to be a Friday in June, date to follow.

Stem Cells in Mouse Hair Seen to Aid Growth of ‘Dense’ Myelin Sheaths Around Nerve Cells, Study Reports

Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today: A subset of stem cells in hair follicles, called melanocytes, appear to do more than just give rise to mature melanocytes, cells that help to determine hair colour. Those melanocyte stem cells, or McSCs, that carry the CD34 protein were found in hair follicles from mice to differentiate into glial cells and… Read more »

Make your own hanging basket

Hello to the Milton Park community,Summer is just around the corner! And to help get everyone’s garden’s in tip top shape, the Milton Park and Nurture Landscape teams have joined forces to bring you a “Make Your Own Hanging Basket” event.The event is FREE but we would greatly appreciate it if you could donate up… Read more »

April 100 club winners

April 100 club winners: 1st: Joel Baldwin 2nd: Jodie Evans 3rd: Shirley Ray Prize fund: £87.50 Ask for details to join the club, you got to be in it to win it!!

Dates for your Diaries

MAY: Thursday 23rd May – Cakes needed for MEPC Cake sale, the more variety the better, home-made and bought.  JUNE: Sunday 2nd – Volunteers needed to shake collection tins at Tesco Extra Abingdon between 10-4pm Thursday 13th – AGM, 12 at the Centre Saturday 29th – Volunteers needed to shake collection tins at Millets Farm, Frilford between 9-5.