100 Club May

100 Club draw May. 


Tony Ball, Janice Dew, Phil Hicks, balls drawn by Jane Leslie. 

Sharing a prize fund of: £100

AGM Thursday 8th June, 3pm

AGM is being held on Thursday 8th June, 3pm on zoom, details on how to join the meeting are attached and other information is attached.  All paid up members are entitled to attend the meeting and vote on the resolutions.  Nominations for a maximum of 10 Committee Members are invited.  The Officers of the Company will be elected from the Committee Members.  They will consist of a Chair, a Treasurer, a Secretary.  Paper forms are also available in reception. 

Many thanks

Sue Doran

Centre Manager

2023 Marathon

Many thanks to Alison Diamond who ran the London Marathon for us recently.  She raised over £1600 an incredible amount for the centre and we are so grateful.

MS Society Progressive forms of MS wellbeing course: 15 and 22 May

Join the MS Society for their wellbeing sessions to connect you with other people across the UK with progressive forms of MS. 

Thesessions will take place over two consecutive weeks, each session is usually made up of a small group of people from across the UK who have MS. These are fairly informal and each week will have a different topic. 

In the first session they will have an MS nurse who will come along during the session to answer questions and in the second week they’ll cover different elements of self care including physical activity and mental health.

Date and time

  • Monday 15th May 6.30pm to 8pm – Understanding symptoms
  • Monday 22nd May 6.30pm to 8pm – Self care

The sessions work best if you attend both. This will give you the opportunity to meet other people who may share similar experiences to you.

This session is organised by the national MS charity, the MS Society. You can find out more about them by visiting their website at www.mssociety.org.uk

Click here to book

Mental Health and MS: MS Society Webinar, 18 May

Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 15-21 of May with a focus on anxiety this year. 

A diagnosis of MS can have a big impact on how you feel and may even have an impact on your mental health and wellbeing. This webinar will be joined by psychotherapist Tom Hunter and some volunteers who will share their experience of the impact of MS on their mental health.

Date: Thursday 18 May

Time: 6.30pm to 7.30pm

This session is organised by the national MS charity, the MS Society. You can find out more about them by visiting their website at www.mssociety.org.uk

Click here to book

Remap: Custom-made equipment and gadgets

Remap Berkshire are part of a national charity who provide custom-made equipment and gadgets for people with a disability or special need.  They specialise in providing bespoke items which are not normally readily available. These could include ramps, wheelchair adjustments, kitchen gadgets, games, bathroom adaptations and many ore.

They have a team of over 25 voluntary engineers with many different skills and specialisms and they carry out around 260 jobs in Berkshire and surrounding areas each year. They love finding solutions for people to make their lives easier so if there is anything you need, why not get in touch with them?

The service is completely free! It’s also very simple – there are no forms to fill in. All you have to do is call Remap on 07790 127123 or email them and they will arrange for someone to come and visit you and talk through your requirements.

Legal advice service for people with MS

Sometimes you may need legal advice to help you know if you are being treated fairly, to understand your rights in a situation, or to challenge unfair practice. National charity the MS Society runs a legal advice service which can help.

They work with the Disability Law Service (DLS) to provide free, confidential legal advice to people affected by MS. In England and Wales you can get advice on employment, disability discrimination, and community care. These services are free of charge to everyone affected by MS.

Call the MS Society Helpline on 0808 800 8000 or visit the MS Society website to find out more.