Royal visit raises awareness around devastating motor neurone disease – NW Evening Mail

A BARROW health centre received a royal visit yesterday.

Princess Anne, who is royal patron of the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA), met and spoke with motor neurone disease (MND) patients at the Living Well centre on Duke Street. She was also greeted by a number of local dignitaries and gave a speech at the event.

“Despite the excitement generated by her visit, the Princess was remarkably relaxed and made everyone in the room instantly feel at ease,” Jack Roskell of MNDA Furness said.

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