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The Molly Watt Trust is a very active charity, seeking to raise awareness of Usher Syndrome. We host a number of events and functions throughout the year to highlight our cause.


Tuesday, 26 January 2016 18:02

2nd April 2016 - West Midlands Usher/RP Social Event

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Saturday 2nd April 2016

The Saddler Suite
Best Western
Barons Court Hotel
Walsall Wood

2pm to 5pm

We are pleased to announce this our first West Midlands event for those with Usher Syndrome and RP, friends and family welcome.
The venue is limited to 60 in this first instance.

The aim is to bring people together to enjoy an afternoon of positivity, socialising and sharing experiences.
However we are also very proud to bring to you a first:

"Hear No, See No and our very own Techno"
Presented by
The Jo Milne, Colin Hetherington & Molly


We will be providing light refreshments
There will be a raffle with amazing prizes

Many will be staying overnight - MWT has negotiated prices with the hotel.

Please email if you'd like to join us.

*Important if communication support required minimum of a month notice required or cannot be guaranteed.

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