Two 5-a-side matches were played yesterday evening featuring a team from No. 6 Convent Place against teams of Special Athletes. No. 6 narrowly won the first match 6-5 and the second match was a 2-2 draw. A spokesperson said: “Both were played in a great spirit with lots of atmosphere being provided by the sizeable crowd.”
World Multiple Sclerosis Day (WMSD) takes place on 29th May. It is an international day for action bringing together organizations in more than 80 countries to establish a global MS movement. It is the only global awareness raising campaign for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and is coordinated by the MS International Federation.
On Tuesday afternoon, Lady Johns hosted afternoon tea for members of the public in the historic Banqueting Hall at the Convent. Lady Johns is keen to provide an opportunity for Gibraltar residents to attend a reception at The Convent before His Excellency and Lady Johns leave Gibraltar in the autumn. A series of afternoon teas will be hosted between March and September of this year and will be open to members of the public.