The West of England MS Therapy Centre will be opening the doors of its brand new centre in Bradley Stoke to local businesses on Monday 30th April.
This exclusive event will be the first Open Evening at the Centre which opened in February 2012. Local businesses are being invited to come along between 4pm and 7pm for a chance to find out about the work of the Centre, see and experience first-hand some of the therapies on offer, and meet the staff and volunteers. Drinks and nibbles will be available throughout the event and there will also be opportunity for attendees to mingle with the other invited guests from the local business community.
Since opening its doors in 1985. thousands of people with Multiple Sclerosis have benefitted from the services available at The West of England MS Therapy Centre. For many the support provided by the Centre has been invaluable to them and their families and carers from diagnosis onwards.
The Centre offers a wide range of affordable therapies including physiotherapy, oxygen therapy, acupuncture, reflexology, reiki and counselling. It is also a social environment for its members and is proud to boast it has never turned anyone away. The Centre hopes to widen its services in the future and also hopes to offer them to those living with other neurological diseases in the region.
Fundraising Manager Janet Epplestone said:
“This is a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves to our new neighbours and welcome them into our fantastic new Therapy Centre. By finding out more about our work and members we hope that local companies and organisations might like to work more closely with us, make use of our facilities and help us to raise funds to continue and expand our services.”
The West of England MS Therapy Centre will also be running an Open Evening for local community groups on Tuesday 15th May between 4pm and 7pm. All are welcome.
If you would like to attend either Open Evening, please contact the Fundraising Office on 01454 201686 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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