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'Breakfast with Biggins' now on the Road

The Muir Maxwell Trust was joined by our fantastic long-term supporter Christopher Biggins and local host Kirsty Wark on Monday morning at the Gleneagles Hotel for the first of our 'Breakfast with Biggins' road show events.

Christopher spoke to Kirsty about his involvement with MMT over the past six years and why he continues to lend his support to the Trust.

We were also joined by 90 members of the local business community who had been invited along to hear Ann Maxwell deliver a presentation on Corporate Philanthropy.

As MMT extends its reach in providing practical support to families caring for a child with epilepsy it will become even more necessary to increase our already magnificent pool of supporters.  The breakfast road show gives us the opportunity to meet new supporters and to share our message with the wider community.

We would like to extend an enormous thank you to everyone who attended the Gleneagles event; we sincerely appreciate you taking the time to hear more about the Muir Maxwell Trust.

Thank you also to everyone at Gleneagles for their assistance and support, and for making us feel so welcome.

The road show moves on to Aberdeen on Tuesday 12th May.

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