Museum hosts cake bake for Grantham branch of MS Society

Mayor of Grantham Frank Turner cuts the ribbon to mark the celebrations of the MS Society's 60th birthday.
Mayor of Grantham Frank Turner cuts the ribbon to mark the celebrations of the MS Society's 60th birthday.
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A cake break was held at Grantham Museum to celebrate 60 years of the MS Society.

There are 80 people in the Grantham area with multiple sclerosis and all money raised will be donated to MS research.

The event was attended by Mayor of Grantham Frank Turner, as well as Grantham MP Nick Boles.

Michael Cundall, chairman of the Grantham branch, said: “I’d like to thank all the members for their support in a successful event. I would also like to thank the mayor and MP Nick Boles for coming.”

Branch secretary Jane Cundall said: “The cake bake to celebrate 60 years of the MS Society has been very successful. I’d like to thank members of the society for baking cakes. I would also like to thank Watkins for their wonderful support. The local supermarkets also contributed.”

Mr Boles said: “The whole point of this great museum is to be for the community. For the MS Society to be able to celebrate 60 years with a cake sale here is fantastic.”

Councillor Turner said: “It’s a very good thing for Grantham to have people like Jane and Michael Cundall running events like this.”

The MS Society provides information, support, grants and more to people affected by multiple sclerosis across the UK.