Friday, 22 May 2009

Handihelp - An affordable repairs and maintenance service for the community


Handihelp is a community-based repairs and maintenance service from Ridgeway Care & Repair that will do all sorts of jobs around the home without charging the earth.
If you are an older or disabled person, or on benefits, Handihelp can carry out jobs big or small at competitive rates based on your financial circumstances.
Services include:
Security
Including door or window locks, lighting, CCTV and smoke alarm installation.
Minor Adaptations
Including grab rails, hand rails and portable and fixed ramping.
Electrical
All types of minor electrical works.
General maintenance
Including carpentry, fencing and paths.
For a professional, reliable and affordable service call Handihelp on 01635 58 88 22

Monday, 18 May 2009

Vote for BMSTC at your local Sainsburys!


As part of the Sainsburys 140th birthday celebrations, they're inviting customers and colleagues to nominate a local charity to be official charity partner for each store for the year. The selected charity will benefit through working in partnership with our colleagues to organise fundraising events, including charity collections. Sainsburys colleagues will also support the chosen charity through volunteering.


Clicjk the link below for further details - deadline for nominations is 26th May!!


Monday, 11 May 2009

LDN Petition

I am sure that you are aware that many people including the MS Society are calling for more research into Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN).

On 22 March 2005, The House of Commons Health Committee published a comprehensive document entitled ''The Influence of The Pharmaceutical Industry ''

The Committee recognized that the Pharmaceutical industry was unlikely to undertake research in areas that were unlikely to produce a financial return, and accordingly recommended that there were instances where the Government needs to step in and fund the appropriate research.

We at LDN now believe that LDN is such a case and are confident that the Government / taxpayer will get a major return on its investment in LDN.

A petition has been submitted to No. 10 Downing St. and we are now asking you to support this petition. Please note that by signing this petition, you are not endorsing LDN in any way, nor are you becoming an advocate for LDN, and you are not in any way influencing or convincing any person diagnosed with MS to try LDN.


This petition will also help those in the medical profession to provide another option to patients regarding treatments already being offered.
It is simply a petition to the Government to fund trials into LDN, no more, and no less than that.

To sign the petition you can go there via
http://www.ldnnow.co.uk
or you can go direct to the petition at
http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/LowDNaltrexone/

We would be grateful if you could ask your fellow members, your colleagues, your friends and family to also support this petition.

The deadline to sign the petition is the 29th November 2009