Hope provides accessible and affordable therapies to those affected by MS (Multiple Sclerosis) and they also make their services available to those with other life-long neurological conditions including Stroke. The Centre is a member of the Multiple Sclerosis National Therapy Centres (MSNTC) – a charity which represents individual Therapy Centres.
Hope has received ongoing support from West Wales Freemasons, and on Thursday 12th December 2019, during their Annual Christmas Fun day, James Ross, Head of West Wales Freemasons was delighted to be able to present a further £3,500 to the Charity’s Chairman, Ken Brombley. This donation takes the total given by West Wales Freemasons since 2009 to an amazing £20,000. The total amount this year was made up of £3,000 from the West Wales Grand Charity and a £500 donation from Strumble Lodge of Freemasons.
Ken Brombley, Hope Chairman said: “We are delighted to receive this wonderful donation. We are continually striving to offer our services to as many people as possible and the ongoing support of our community is what makes this possible.”
James Ross, Head of West Wales Freemasons said: “Charity has always been at the heart of Freemasonry, with all the money we donate raised from within our organisation. We are delighted to be able to support this wonderful charity which does so much to support members of our community with life-long neurological conditions.”
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Photo left to right Dr Bryn Barton, Strumble Lodge; Ken Brombley, Hope Chairman and James Ross, Head of West Wales Freemason all surrounded by Hope Members enjoying their fun day.
We provide accessible and affordable therapies to those affected by MS (Multiple Sclerosis) and we make our services available to those with other life-long neurological conditions including Stroke. The Centre is a member of the Multiple Sclerosis National Therapy Centres (MSNTC) – a charity which represents individual Therapy Centres. These centres, like ours, provide different treatments, therapies and support to some 15,000 people living with MS and other neurological and physical conditions every week and help them to live as normal a life as possible. Each MS Therapy Centre is an individual charity with dedicated staff and volunteers. Our clients can choose from our therapies to manage their own condition and symptoms in a way which works for them.
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About the Masonic Province of West Wales
The Masonic Province of West Wales covers Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion. There are 26 individual lodges with a total of 1300 members. Most major towns in the Province have a least one masonic lodge. For more information about Freemasonry in general and the Province of West Wales visit www.wwmason.com