Swindon and District Group of the Multiple Sclerosis Society
More than 100,000 people live with multiple sclerosis in the UK. Every one of them shares the uncertainty of life with MS.
Symptoms usually start in your 20s or 30s and diagnosis can be scary and heartbreaking. MS can get steadily worse, or symptoms can come and go unpredictably throughout your life.
We’re the UK charity for people with MS. We’re fighting for better treatment and care to help people with MS take control of their lives, and we’re funding research that we believe will beat MS for good. We’ve already made important breakthroughs, and big advances in MS treatments are possible within our lifetimes. With your support, we will beat MS.
We’re funding research and fighting for better treatment and care to help people with MS take back control. With your support, we will beat MS.
Welcome to the Swindon Group of the Multiple Sclerosis Society Web site. Our goal is to provide you with useful information about our branch that we hope makes it easier for you to make contact with us.
To call The Swindon and District Group Tel: 01793 485264 Or use the email form Above to contact our Group Support Oficer.
If you've been diagnosed with MS it is natural to be confused and apprehensive. Remember that you are not alone. In the UK, more than in excess of 100,000 people are living with MS. Many of these people have turned to the MS Society for support and information.
The MS Society (Swindon and District Group) produces a quarterly newsletter as well as this web site. We arrange regular meetings, both social and research-related.
Free MS Helpline
0808 800 8000
Multiple Sclerosis Society. Registered charity numbers 1139257 / SC041990. Registered as a limited company in England and Wales 07451571.