It is an honour to be the manager of such a wonderful MS Therapy Centre. I have three decades of experience managing the HMSTC and I have numerous examples of how beneficial this Centre can be.
The HMSTC is self funded so a big part of my role is to keep the money coming in. I enjoy this challenge as I can directly see the results as it works.
I like my colleagues, the members, the services that we provide and am grateful to be in the position that I am in.
Deputy Centre Manager
I consider it a privilege to work at the MS Centre, it's a wonderful charity with a great deal of community spirit.
My role is varied which I love, and my colleagues are amazing people; all fully committed, providing an excellent service to our wonderful members on a daily basis.
The best part of my role is the interaction I have with members and attracting new ones to the centre too. My work is especially rewarding as I know our service helps to improve lives.
I have been working at the HMSTC for 16 years and I am proud to support as many people as I can.
All of the staff at the Centre are amazing and I am lucky to work with such great people.
I have a lot of experience of working with Multiple Sclerosis and enjoy helping people to improve their lives.
The Centre is a lovely place to work.
Trustees are the people who lead the charity and decide how it is run. Being a trustee means making decisions that will impact on people’s lives. Trustees have independent control over, and legal responsibility for, a charity’s management and administration. They play a very important role, in a sector that contributes significantly to the character and wellbeing of the country.
Chair of Trustees