The Shane Project, Edmonton and Surrounding Area of London
The Shane Project is an independent charity for people living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), their families and Carers. It was founded in April 2002 by Norma McFarlane when her two sons were diagnosed with MS. The charity is named after Shane, her eldest son who was diagnosed with Primary Progressive in 1993 but sadly passed away in December 2003
The Shane Project aims to raise awareness and understanding, reduce isolation so as to help improve the quality of life and independence of people living with MS.
To achieve this The Shane Project provides:
Tai Chi in partnership with EAWA – Enfield Asian Welfare Association every Thursday
Address : Wheatsheaf Hall, Main Avenue, Bush Hill Park, EN1 1DS.
New Support Group for people caring for someone with MS in Partnership with Enfield Carers Centre – 16th of March, 18th of May, 20th of July 3-4pm at
Enfield Carers Centre
137-143 Baker Street EN1 3JL.
Annual General Meeting (AGM) / Network club 26th of October 2018
21st of Feb 2018, 21st of March 2018, 18th of April 2018, 16th of May 2018, 20th of June 2018, 18th of July, 15th of August 2018.
at: Edmonton Baptist Church, London N9 0LS
Last Saturday in September. This year it is 29th September 2018
End of Year Session
Network Club, Friday 30th of November
Sharing Journey / Teleconferencing – Every Second Wednesday of every month @7:30pm-8:30pm. Email or Contact Office for full detail.
Dates: 23rd of March, 27th April
25th of May, 29th of June - Picnic in the Park. Forty Hall, 27th July - Picnic in the Park, Canalability, Harlow, 31st of August - Picnic in the Park inclusive of cycling, Bush Hill Park..
Yes so please create members page and it is £10 per person and £12.50 for organisation per year.