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Multiple Sclerosis People's Help
About the Organisation

Multiple Sclerosis People's Help, (MSPH), was established in 2001, by Roger Wall & Shaun McCarthy, with initial funding from the MS Society's Millennium Award Scheme.

The original project was set up to help home and garden improvements for people with disablities, but demand became so great that in 2002 it was decided to narrow the criteria to those suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, as both Roger & Shaun have MS.

It wasn't long until MSPH became a registered charity, which enabled the trustees to apply for funding and grants, including a grant from the Greater Bristol Foundation, (now known as Quartet), to carry out even more work for the people of Bristol, South Glos. and Somerset.

MSPH has carried out hundreds of jobs for local people with MS and much of the funds have come from people generously donating to our collectors at supermarkets.

Now in 2010 we've taken the leap of opening our own charity shop in Thornbury High Street, which we hope you will support!

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Parents and Carers Children and Young People (Birth – 25 years old) Other Services
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Address 1
Address 2
18 High Street
BS35 2AH

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Opening Times
Monday9am - 5pm
Tuesday9am - 5pm
Wednesday9am - 5pm
Thursday9am - 5pm
Friday9am - 5pm
Saturday9.30am - 4.30pm

Organisation last updated on 22/07/2016

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