‘LIVING well with MS’ is the focus of an event being staged in Keighley.

A range of activities will be on offer.

And there’ll be a chance for visitors to give their views on how a legacy to benefit people locally with multiple sclerosis should be spent.

The free event – organised by the Bradford and Skipton & Craven MS Society groups, in partnership with Airedale NHS Foundation Trust – takes place at University Academy Keighley, Green Head Road, on Saturday, June 8, from 10am to 2.30pm.

It will include information stalls and talks, tai chi and seated-dance tasters, an introduction to mindfulness and ideas for keeping active with bikes and ‘off-road’ wheelchairs.

Paul Anderson, from the Bradford MS Society group, said: “There will be something for everyone.

“It will be packed full of information about living well with MS, but there will be plenty of fun and the chance to try something new too.

“But most importantly people will get the opportunity to say what they’d like our legacy to be spent on, including some of the tasters that they’ll get to try during the day. It is great that local people will have the chance to decide how they want to benefit from the generous donation.”

To book a place at the event, visit eventbrite.co.uk/e/living-well-with-ms-tickets-59428570454.

People unable to attend can still have their say about the support they’d like to see for people with MS in Keighley by completing a survey at surveymonkey.co.uk/r/H6BTVNG.