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UPDATED: Centre Closure Saturday 3rd March 2018

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Due to the adverse weather conditions, the Centre will be closed again on Saturday 3rd March.

Are you a member of the Co-Op?

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Are you a member of the Co-op? Please choose the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre as your charity project and help us to provide footcare for local people with MS

Why not give our MS Tai Chi class a try?

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Did you know we offer a specialist MS Tai Chi Class on a Thursday at the Centre from 12.45pm to 1.45pm?

Are you tripping up more than usual?

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Are you tripping up more than usual? It could be an MS symptom called foot drop, which is caused by weakness in the ankle or disruption in the nerve pathway between the legs and the brain.

How do you explain MS to your children/grandchildren?

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Digesting science is a workshop with a set of fun packed simple activities to explain MS to children between 6-12 years. It is scientific information with a lot of FUN.

Take part in a survey and get a £10 thank you!

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Opinion Health is currently conducting a study that involves patients with multiple sclerosis, and we would like to kindly ask for your support.

Travel consultant donating 10% to BMSTC

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We are delighted to tell you that Christine Harvey who is a Travel Consultant ( travel agent not on the high street ) is donating 10% of all her earnings received from all holiday bookings to BMSTC. Many of you will know Christine’s husband Ricky, who suffers with MS and has been attending the centre for many years.


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Due to popular demand reflexology will now be available to book fortnightly from the 20th March 2018.

New Pilates Class

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New! Due to the popularity of pilates at the Centre we are introducing a new pilates class.

PIPs: What next for benefit claimants?

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Source BBC:

BMSTC Member Sue Doughty is mentioned in the article - "Sue Doughty lives in Twyford, Berkshire. She has multiple sclerosis. She faced homelessness and had to rely on help from her daughter.

Following a year spent in appeal, the Court of Tribunal awarded Sue PIP ongoing for life."


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