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Update from BMSTC – 24 April

April 23, 2020 | Southmedia

An update from the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre

Hello on a very sunny day! It has been a mixed week. We have had a very positive start to both our yoga and relaxation classes and well as receiving some funding but there is also the news about social distancing lasting in some form for much longer than we would like. 

With the government announcing this week that some sort of social distancing is here to stay for a while, some people are understandably concerned about how and when the Centre will reopen. We wish we had more answers for you. Obviously we are watching the news carefully and our decision will be very heavily influenced by what is happening in a much wider context. We will return only when we can safely do this. We appreciate how much people are missing the Centre and treatments. Let me assure you we are looking forward to returning ourselves. We are monitoring the situation very carefully and trust me, we will let you know as soon as we have any news. 

Did you watch Comic Relief last night? Peter Kay said something we have been trying to say for a few weeks (but he said it so much better) ‘If you can give something, good, if you can’t then don’t worry, you’ve enough on your minds’. We have received some amazing support from our members and would like to thank everyone who has given. As always, our support is the same with or without a contribution and we are thinking of you all. 

This is going to be a busy weekend with so many people taking part in The 2.6 Challenge. We certainly have some very imaginative people and we look forward to seeing the photos, it is not too late to sign up – find out more here. 

Our lovely footcare specialist, Ruth, brings us her Tip Top Toe Tips (perhaps say that 26 times super fast could be your challenge?) as I am sure everyone is missing her and her wonderful help. Warning this article discusses funguses and calluses. Probably best not to be eating when reading it!

Please have a great weekend and take care of yourselves. 

Pip and everyone at the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre


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