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Beech House Ball Boosts PMSF

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

This year's Beech House Summer Ball, held at the Macron Stadium and organised by the Infants' Parent Association, has raised £1,500 for the Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Foundation (PMSF). Monies were raised on the night through raffles, auctions and donation boxes.  

PMSF UK provides a supportive and inclusive community for those who have or know someone with PMS. Individuals with PMS have developmental delay; they often do not develop functional language and can have autism spectrum disorders. There is a wide range of severity of symptoms observed in people with PMS.

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The PA has raised funds for PMSF through the Summer Ball

The Parents' Association has raised £1,500 for PMSF through the Summer Ball