Source MS Society: Virtual reality, wearable robots and magnetic brain stimulation. Technology is at the forefront of 13 new research projects we’ve just announced.
Each year we run a competition to choose the best MS research projects from across the UK. This year we’ve committed to raise £1.3 million to fund 13 exciting new research projects.
The projects include research on MS progression, and studies exploring new technologies to manage MS symptoms. Read on.
Please DO NOT cancel appointments by Email. Please telephone the centre and if no-one is in leave a message. If Sue is not in emails are not checked and Sue is only part-time so are they are not checked everyday. If an appointment is cancelled by email and a message has not been left on the phone a donation for that appointment will be requested.
November 100 club winners:
1st John Day winning £40
2nd Philip Hicks winning £24
3rd Julia Gower winning £16
Well done, see Dave for winnings.
Chris has let me know that Sue’s funeral will take place on Wednesday 11th at mid-day, Oxford Crem and after at Hawkwell House, Ifley. Family flowers only, donations to the Centre.
Thank you to Nick Mellish for coming over from Oxford and;
a) reading my blog!
b) donating a lovely lightweight wheelchair for use in the gym
Dave Webb and Sue had a lovely afternoon tea with Beryl Slater, our founder and Clive Arup, past Chair, along with Jill Goodall. It was so lovely to see them all again.
Christmas Opening Hours:
Normal until Fri 20th December
Monday 23rd December – Oxygen only
Tuesday 24th, Wednesday 25th, Thursday 26th – CLOSED
Friday 27th – Oxygen and Massage
Monday 30th – Oxygen only
Tuesday 31st December, Wednesday 1st, Thursday 2nd January – CLOSED
Friday 3rd January – Oxygen and Massage
Monday 6th January – back to normal
Milton Park Christmas Market 2019
Thursday 12th December.
There’ll be a wide variety of stalls selling
local produce and handmade gifts. It should be the perfect time to pick up some
Christmas stocking fillers or simply have a browse on your lunch break.
You can also enjoy complimentary mince pies,
pigs in blankets and mulled wine from Café Metro while exploring the stalls.
Head down to the Park Centre (under the white
canopy, next to Café Metro) anytime between 11am and 2pm.
We are running the tombola, proceeds of which comes to the
Sadly, Sue Webb passed away this week. She was only in having physio last Friday. I do not have any further details, I am sure Chris will give me a call soon. Just thought I should let you know. It’s very sad news.
Does anyone have a spare wheelchair, we need a good lightweight one at the centre?