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MS Therapy Annual Cake Sale

Published on: 15/06/2016

MS Therapy, the Milton Park based and nominated charity are holding their annual cake sale on Friday 15th July.

  • What: Cake Sale
  • Where: Park Centre
  • When: Friday 15th July
  • Time: 11.30am – 2.00pm

Oxfordshire MS Therapy is based at 37E, they are the Milton Park nominated charity who provide complementary therapies and support to assist those with Multiple Sclerosis.

All proceeds made from the cake sale will go towards the charity and there will be lots of homemade goodies available for everyone!

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