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Please note, we are a small charity, run entirely by volunteers, being a group of patients, healthcare professionals, their families and friends. We are not a government agency and are not part of the NHS. We endeavour to assist people living with syringomyelia &/or Chiari but, at times, may be unable to provide comprehensive support, for which we apologise. We will post additional notices, from time to time, relating to our various services.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our chairman, Lynn Burton. Lynn passed-away peacefully, in the early hours of Sunday 3rd May, 2020. We offer our sincere condolences to Lynn’s husband Lester, and to her children and grandchildren.
Lynn had been battling cancer for some two years, during which time she continued to work for the Ann Conroy Trust, always keeping at the forefront of her thoughts the welfare of those who, as she had done, live with the effects of Chiari and syringomyelia. There are many people who owe a great deal to Lynn.
12 April 2020
If you are concerned about the effects of the Coronavirus in relation to your own medical condition, then please consult your own hospital specialist.
In general you should always follow the government’s advice via their website https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus.
15 March 2020
At the present time, several of our operational volunteers are unfortunately unable to carry out their Charity roles.
Due to this and also the current circumstances we find ourselves in and the impending restrictions that will be in place, as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, we are unfortunately going to have to put some of our Charity functions and services, on hold for the time being.
We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you, we hope to re-establish some of our services sometime in the future.
Thank you for your support, understanding and co-operation at this time.
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