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Hats Off to Easter

Members at the MS Support Centre celebrated Easter in style this year with a special Easter Bonnet competition.


Members were invited to design an Easter themed hat either at the Centre or at home and bring it in ready to be judged on Thursday 17th April.

“We had such an array of entries and it was fantastic to see how much effort had gone into each hat design” said Claire Huxley Communications Officer for the MS Support Centre. “The level of imagination used for each one, made choosing the winners a very difficult task. This was the first year that we had run a competition like this but I’m sure it will become an annual event now.”

The winners won Easter chocolates and were chosen by Paul Etherington, Operations Manager at the MS Support Centre. Janet Lloyd from Ewloe Green, Deeside won first prize with her hat that featured a giant pink rabbit, Mandy Bradshaw from Flint gained second prize for her daffodil themed hat and Sian Evans from Llanamon Yn Lal, Mold secured third prize with her rustic themed hat which featured a nest of chickens.

17/04/2014 14:51:19

Fashion Show

Fashion Show Returns to Raise Funds for Centre

The MS Support Centre is looking forward to its second Fashion Show this month which acts as an important fundraising event for the Saltney based Centre.

Over £1000 was raised at the Centre’s first ever Fashion Show last year and it is hoped that the event will exceed that figure this year.

The event is taking place at the White Horse within Chester Racecourse on Thursday 27th March, where guests will enjoy a two course meal before having the opportunity to see the new fashions available for the Summer season at Laundry Boutique.

“We had a fabulous night last year,” said Katie Roebuck, Fundraiser for the MS Support Centre. “All the ladies had a great night and it was a really fun way to raise money. The MS Support Centre has expanded its services a lot over the last couple of years but in order to be able to support everyone that needs us, we have to raise as much money as possible.”

The evening starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £25. They are available from the MS Support Centre in Saltney or the Laundry Boutique shop in Bridge Street.

The MS Support Centre provides practical support and therapies to manage the symptoms a wide range of neurological conditions including MS, Parkinsons and ME and supports over 350 people across North Wales, Cheshire, Wirral and Shropshire.

19/03/2014 12:44:01

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