Join us for a festive evening at Missenden Abbey with yuletide entertainment and canapes. Tickets on sale now!
Our nutrition team is now an award-winning one, having picked up Team of the Year at the QuDos in MS awards on 2 November.
Some of our amazing skydive team took the plunge and jumped 13,000ft, raising over £17,000 so far.
We are delighted to announce that the Centre has been awarded a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund.
Walkers put best feet forward to raise almost £7,000 for the Centre A sea of 90 walkers dressed in green descended on Aylesbury Town Centre on Saturday 21 September to walk a mile for local charity the Chilterns MS Centre. Many of the participants had multiple sclerosis (MS) so walking a mile was not a...
Life’s not gone as planned but that’s ok Our regular evening educational workshops offer information and support around a specific topic, aimed at people affected by MS; be this the person with the condition, or their family and friends. The next workshop is on family relationships and making adjustments We all know MS brings enormous...
If you have MS it can be difficult to explain to children how your symptoms affect you. Our family workshop is aimed at families with children aged between 6 and 12 years old and takes them through some of the symptoms of MS in a fun and practical way.
Join our next FREE Twilight talk on positive messages and MS by Carolyn Angell and Steven Rose
Another chance to enjoy the spoof created by actor Robert James-Collier, who plays butler Thomas in Downton Abbey. Look out for cameos from many of the cast members and please donate if you enjoy it!
Sarah and her formidable scooter tackle Kop Hill Climb - the result!
Henny's Blog returns! Her first video post of 2019 tells of her breathing and speech difficulties due to her MS.
A FREE workshop aimed at people with multiple sclerosis.Dr Neil Stanley explains why sleep is important and strategies for a good night's sleep.