MS Trust resource on bowel symptoms recognised at the 2014 BMA awards.
Managing your bowels: a guide for people with MS was commended in the 2014 British Medical Association Patient Information Awards last night.
Atlantic Lions prepare for the toughest rowing race on earth
In December 2015 four friends who met at the University of Birmingham are going to attempt to row across the Atlantic in aid of the MS Trust. The Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge is a 3,000 mile race from La Gomera, Canary Islands to Antigua in the Caribbean and has been dubbed the 'toughest rowing race on earth'.
Communication between people with MS and neurologists
Neurologists tend to underestimate people's discomfort in talking about common MS symptoms and overestimate difficulty in discussing more sensitive issues according to a new survey.
Good luck to our Great North Runners
We would like to wish the very best of luck to our MS Trust team of 65 runners taking part in the Great North Run on Sunday.
No go for Jo Rodda in her Arch to Arc triathlon
Following a year of hard work and preparation for a continuous 289 mile triathlon from London to Paris, Jo Rodda was unfortunately unable to set off on her planned date due to adverse weather.
Congratulations to our 3 Cities cycle team
Congratulations to the five MS Trust supporters who completed the 3 Cities cycle ride last week and cycled almost 350 miles from London to Brussels via Amsterdam!
Charity garden fete in Harpenden
MS Trust supporter Liz Thompson will be holding another garden party this summer as part of our My Garden Party campaign. And you're all invited!
Charity Ball at Studley Castle
Brighten up an October evening with a fabulous night of great food, live music and magic in the historic Studley Castle, set in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside.
MS Trust and MS Society request re-engagement with stakeholders in development of NICE Clinical Guideline for multiple sclerosis
The MS Trust and MS Society are working together to highlight continuing concern that recommendations in the NICE Clinical Guideline for MS may set back the availability and quality of care for people with multiple sclerosis.
Stars of the Big Screen
Towersey Morris are long term supporters of the MS Trust having donated over £10,000 to our work for people with MS and they are now featured on the big screen appearing in Pudsey the Dog: The Movie (showing now at all good cinemas).