Southwick store raises money for MS centre

Left to right, store staff Paula White and Candice Moore with treatment centre manager Penny Peters, centre member Marion Castle and Paula Whites mother, Jill, on the new treadmill
Left to right, store staff Paula White and Candice Moore with treatment centre manager Penny Peters, centre member Marion Castle and Paula Whites mother, Jill, on the new treadmill
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The Co-operative Food Store in Southwick Square has raised £217 to buy a folding treadmill for the gym at Sussex MS Treatment Centre.

Store staff Paula White and Candice Moore joined treatment centre manager Penny Peters and centre member Marion Castle for the presentation and Paula’s mother, Jill, had a go on the new treadmill.

The centre, in Croft Avenue, Southwick, is for people with multiple sclerosis and other chronic neurological conditions.

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