Neurological survey published

The Neurological Alliance survey findings and recommendations Sept 2014 – ‘Is localism working for people with neurological conditions’ report has just been published. Highlights from the report include: ‘Neurological conditions have historically been poorly prioritised in the health and social care system. Neurological conditions are unique compared to other long term conditions – they are […]

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Dr Shepherd

Dr Charles Shepherd

Dr Charles Shepherd, trustee and medical advisor to the ME Association, accepted our invitation to visit Burrswood and hear about care and treatment of CFS/ME patients at the hospital. Dr Shepherd has had CFS/ME himself for many years and wrote the highly regarded book ‘Living with ME’. He was interested to learn more of Burrswood’s care […]

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The Countess of Mar [right] and our Founder Hannah Clifton at Burrswood Hospital.

Countess of Mar Visit

The Countess of Mar graciously accepted our invitation to visit Burrswood Hospital, which has over 20 years experience in helping people with CFS/ME. She was interested to hear of the hospitals individually tailored programme of treatment and care for people with CFS/ME and was ‘impressed’ by her visit. Click here for more information about Burrswood. […]

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Eton College Community Action Fair ME Trust Stall - Picture by Baylis Media Ltd

Eton College Charity of the Year

We are delighted to announce that we are one of Eton College’s charities of the year for 2013/14. Thanks to our amazing supporters we had a very successful day at the College’s Action Fair,  raising money and awareness, and meeting people affected by the illness. Thank you to the College, the staff, the boys and […]

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Felicity Cox’s Walk 4 M.E.

This morning I completed 4 laps of my village green is in Theydon Bois, Essex. The green is divided into two halves – I have walked round the half with the duckpond. This is a huge achievement for me as each lap is around 800 metres (half a mile). Considering that this time last year […]

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Catherine’s Himalaya Trek

Catherine Berry is trekking in the Himalayas to raise money for the M.E. Trust. She celebrated her recovery from CFS/ME by climbing to Everest base camp in 2010. Suffering for almost 10 years, Catherine spent every afternoon in bed and sometimes had to crawl to get upstairs. After her recovery, Catherine challenged herself to take part in […]

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A new start for M.E.

“A new start for M.E.” is our new fundraising campaign which supports our vision to make the highest levels of clinical and compassionate care available to people with CFS/ME. We are already funding life transforming care and aim to create a CFS/ME Centre of Excellence, the first of it’s kind in the UK. The centre […]

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Art Sale

Paintings by Arthur Manton Lowe MSAI are on sale in support of the M.E Trust at J Manley Gallery, Eton, Berkshire. Arthur is a regular supporter of The M.E Trust. His beautiful watercolour landscapes were exhibited at our launch event at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle in September 2011. It was Arthur’s second exhibition at […]

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