It’s only week two of the New Year yet somehow the holidays seem a long time ago already. This festive season was very different for so many of us - I personally missed seeing our close family (bro
2020 was a tough year for everyone, in many ways.
2020 was a difficult year for everyone, but our campaigns community still spoke out on issues affecting people with MS.
Whilst 2021 is still unknown, we have high hopes for coming together in 2021 for some fun outdoor activities.
With the announcement of another UK-wide lockdown, it’s more important than ever to keep connected with the individuals and communities who are important in our lives.
Last year 95 people affected by MS joined us at one of our Wellbeing Sessions and 1,147 participants attended our information webinars.
I hope you’ve managed to have a restful break and that you and your families are safe and well.
We launched a new press campaign this week as part of our Stop MS Appeal. The aim of the campaign is to extend the reach of Stop MS and challenge the way people think about the condition.
Our Regional Development Officers (RDOs) in England and Community Development Officers (CDOs) in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are part of our new Community Networks teams.
On Saturday 5 December, we held our annual general meeting (AGM). For the first time, this was entirely virtual, via Zoom!