Art Exhibition Tops Last Year’s Total

  |  Published: Apr 10th 2017
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After a fantastic exhibition on the weekend of 11th & 12th March, the Centre is delighted to reveal a massive £14,400 was raised to support local people with multiple sclerosis.  This is an excellent result - around £2,500 greater than the 2016 exhibition. 

The exhibition was opened by the star of Reginald Perrin, Butterflies and As Time Goes By, Geoffrey Palmer, at a VIP reception on the Friday night. Of course, the event could not have taken place without the 100 wonderful artists and of course all of the visitors which supported the exhibition and who gave so much positive feedback. It’s clear that they really appreciated the work on display.

The funds raised will go to providing regular physiotherapy, oxygen treatment and the many other services we provide. Without this therapy, quality of life of the 330 people with MS who come to the Centre every week would be much reduced.  Thank you for helping us with this important work and put Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th March 2018 in your diary for next year’s exhibition.

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