Christmas Lunch

Christmas Lunch is booked for Monday 16th December, 12.00 for 12.30 at Park Place Brasserie.  
Menu at the Centre or ask Sue to email you a copy.  £15.00 inc tip.


So what is Twitter? 

Twitter is an information network that connects you to the latest stories, ideas, opinions and news about what you find interesting. Simply find the accounts you find most compelling and follow the conversations.

At the heart of Twitter are small bursts of information called tweets. Each Tweet is 140 characters long, but don’t let the small size fool you—you can discover a lot in a little space. You can see photos, videos and conversations directly in Tweets to get the whole story at a glance, and all in one place.

Why do we need it?

To let more people know what we do at The Centre, how we can help them and inform people about fundraising and events.

Twitter at The Centre

We will be having a twitter button added to the front page of the website in due course which you can click on and see what is being said.

If you already have an account you can follow us @OxonMSTherapy

Oxford Half Marathon – Richard Twine

Congratulations to Richard Twine on completing the Oxford Half Marathon last Sunday  (13 Oct) in 1hr, 55mins, thank you to those who sponsored him.  Richard hopes to run the Bath Half Marathon next year for the Centre.

Free auricular acupuncture trial session

Tim Cann is offering a free trial to members.  He comes in on the first Thursday of the month.  Please speak to Sue or Reception to book.
Tim trained in Auricular Acupuncture (Microsystems Acupuncture) for alcohol and substance addiction and for pain and musculoskeletal conditions, cosmetic acupuncture, Gua Sha and facial cupping at the College of Chinese Medicine in London.  He has been practising in and around the Oxford area for over 7 year.  Tim is a member of the Acupuncture Society, abides by their code of ethics and is fully insured and licensed to practice Acupuncture.  Tim is also a member of the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) whose key purpose is to protect the public.  The Department of Health recommend you consult with a CNHC registered practitioner.

London Marathon 2014

 The Centre has been awarded a Gold Bond place in the Virgin London Marathon on Sunday 13 April.  We are now looking for a runner who can raise a substantial amount for the centre (we have to pay £420 for the place), so please spread the word and let the centre know if anyone is interested… 

A new two-part Lancet Series on stem cells outlines exciting new advances in the treatment of multiple sclerosis

Source The Lancet:
A new two-part Lancet Series on stem cells outlines exciting new advances in the treatment of multiple sclerosis and severe epidermolysis bullosa, a rare but devastating genetic skin disease. In the first Series paper, Professor Neil Scolding and colleagues, outline the latest challenges and exciting potential for stem cell treatment of multiple sclerosis.  For more click here (please note there is an audio link on the bottom right of the screen where Prof Neil Scolding discusses the future role of stem-cell therapies for multiple sclerosis)

Milton Park survey

Each year we ask people who work at Milton Park to complete a survey to help us learn more about their ideas and what they think can be improved across the park. Changes you may have already noticed from previous survey are the new road signs, landscaping and a change in layout in Café Metro.

I ask you to kindly circulate this amongst your staff. All entries will be given the opportunity to enter our free prize draw to win some fabulous prizes including an Apple iPad mini, Amazon Kindle or new Apple iPod Nano.

A comprehensive response to this survey will provide useful feedback and aid us in understanding how best to serve you and your employees, thus ensuring the quality of life for occupiers and business efficiency is maintained at the highest level.

To complete this survey please click the link: