To find out about the Centre and what it’s like to be a part of the Charity, watch our video stories from the LPMSC. The stories come from Centre visitors, volunteers, service providers and Trustees.
Peter – Trustee
Peter has been involved with the Centre since the beginning. He is currently the chair of the board of trustees at the LPMSC. Find out what drives him to be a trustee and why he devotes his time to helping those living with MS and other similar neurological conditions.
Gill – Volunteer
If you come down to the Centre, you will most likely meet Gill. Gill is one of our most active volunteers and has been with us for over five years. Watch her story to find out why she volunteers and how being a volunteer has added to her life.
Wendy – Therapist
If you ever have a treatment at the Centre, Wendy will most likely deliver this. Wendy provides a range of treatments, including massage, reflexology, and personalised facials. All designed to help you relax, ease muscle tension, and help with stress and anxiety. Watch Wendy’s story to find out more about the treatments at the Centre.
Elaine – Centre Visitor
Elaine has been coming to the Centre for almost ten years. She enjoys participating in many activities and events at the Centre, including Charity balls, Tai Chi and our weekly cake and coffee chats. Watch the video to see Elaine’s experience of living with MS and how visiting the Centre has made an impact.
Hayley – Trustee
Hayley is one of our newest trustees and joined us as we transitioned to the LMPSC. Find out why she became a trustee, what she wants to bring to the charity and how you can get involved as a trustee.
Carol – Tai Chi and Qigong
Carol is our Tai Chi and Qigong instructor and provides a weekly class to those that visit the Centre. Find out what the class involves and how it can help improve your overall health, well-being and mental and physical fitness.
Lydia – Centre Visitor
Watch Lydia’s story to understand why she visits the LPMSC. Find out how Lydia first discovered the Centre, the activities she gets involved with, and the enjoyment they bring. Lydia also shares how the Centre has helped her live a fuller life and manage her MS more effectively.