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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.


Wednesday, 13 April 2016 11:17

15th October 2016 In It Together @ Edinburgh

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“In it Together Edinburgh 2016”

King’s Manor Best Western Hotel

100 Milton Road


EH15 2NP

Saturday 15 October 2016

2pm - 5pm


We are delighted to announce Gavin Neate will be joining us from 3pm to share his story and details of his innovative assistive technology

Our raffle will include the amazing Ring Video Doorbell more prizes to follow.

We are excited to be holding our 3rd “In it Together” social event for people with Usher/RP, living with it or working with it.

As always it is our intention to bring like minded people together for a casual afternoon with coffee and cakes.

There will be speakers, there will be MWT Christmas cards and a raffle - these things to be confirmed nearer the date.

This is a beautiful hotel with fantastic facilities.

Room prices for those attending are at the reduced rate of £60 B&B per double - contact hotel direct for booking. 

Numbers will be limited so booking early highly recommended.

Please contact us to confirm your place.

Please note there have been no requests for interpreter support.

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