HINCHINGBROOKE Country Park will again play host to the MS Society's Wheel and Walk fundraising event this year, but organisers want 2010 to bigger and better. In 2009 - the first year of the event - more than 100 people took part completing various routes on foot, in a wheelchair, scooter or pushchair. Between them they raised more than £11,000 - a fantastic achievement but one the organisers hope is to smash this year. The money is split between branches of the MS Society, including Huntingdon's and the MS Therapy Centre in the town, as well as helping to fund vital research at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. Chairman of the Hinchingbrooke organising committee, Tony Collett, said they had already received plenty of interest from people wishing to take part. Mr Collett and the committee all have personal experience of MS, an acute disease of the central nervous system. Mr Collett's son, Richard, now in his mid-30s, was diagnosed with the incurable condition nine years ago but thanks to an experimental drug he has been well for the past two years and has even run the London Marathon.