PUPILS and staff at Moor Park School in Ludlow have supported Megan Baker House once again.

The centre near Leominster provides free conductive education for more than 200 children with cerebral palsy and nearly a hundred adults facing the challenges of Parkinson’s disease, stroke or brain injuries.

Moor Park headteacher Jonathan Bartlett and some of the pupils visited the centre and presented chief executive Lee Gough with a cheque for nearly £5,500 raised at the school.

“We are so grateful for this significant donation,” said Mr Gough. “We believe we are the only centre in the UK still offering free conductive education and we’re keen to continue the work we do and expand it significantly.”