Oswestry Cambrian Rotary are once again supporting the great work being carried out by the Movement Centre based in Oswestry.

The Movement Centre is a UK charity and specialist treatment centre. They have a small but dedicated team who work closely with families, providing a specialist therapy called Targeted Training to help children gain movement control. Targeted Training therapy can enable children to develop new skills and become far more independent.  This can have a huge impact on their life. It can also make a big difference to the lives of their family and friends. Through a course of Targeted Training therapy children can gain head control, so they can interact with their family; it can help children develop the skills to sit unaided, so that they can play with their friends. For some children it can enable them to walk, which means they can be far more independent! This year they are celebrating 25 years and have launched a campaign to raise £150,000 to help them celebrate and support more families.

Curtis Langley from Movement Centre said, “The support from local organisations has become even more important to charities like The Movement Centre and we can’t thank Oswestry Cambrian Rotary enough for their kind donation. We have received lots of support from this club, not just in the form of donations, but also volunteer hours. The friendly group are always willing to support local events and charities like ourselves and we will be forever grateful for their support!”

The Oswestry Cambrian Rotary is ready to welcome men, women or couples of 18+ from the local community who want to be “people of action”.  We would normally meet at The Wynnstay Hotel, Church Street, Oswestry on Thursday evenings at 7.45pm but Covid regulations prevents this at the moment. For more information on what their new style of Rotary has to offer contact Mike Lade on 01691 570917, info@oswestrycambrianrc.co.uk or see www.oswestrycambrianrc.co.uk

Pictured: L-R Rotary member Cath Baldry, Curtis Langley from the Movement Centre and Cambrian Rotary President Ann Pugh at the Centre.