Cooks from Asylum Link visited The Brain Charity to share their skills

Last October our staff visited Asylum Link Merseyside to help spruce up their reception and meeting rooms on a team building exercise. As a way of saying thank you, a group from Asylum Link visited our Brain Food Festival recently to give a healthy cookery demonstration to a packed room of hungry visitors, staff and volunteers.

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Our Volunteer Georgina

Hello I’m Georgina and I’m the volunteer choir leader for The Brain Charity choir. I’m 20 years old and I’m a final year music student at Liverpool Hope University. I originate from the Lancashire/Yorkshire border and I chose to study in Liverpool because of its world renowned musical heritage, and after living here for three years it now feels very much a ‘home from home’.

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Challenge yourself this year for The Brain Charity

It’s a new year, full of opportunity and potential, with the chance of a clean slate to start afresh. If you would like to try something new this year, perhaps you could take on a challenge for The Brain Charity and help people with neurological conditions such as stroke, epilepsy, fibromyalgia and brain injury.

Read More: Challenge yourself in 2018