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An Evening with Paul Mayhew-Archer

We’re delighted to announce that Cure Parkinson’s patron, co-writer of The Vicar of Dibley and comedic legend Paul Mayhew-Archer is back performing his stand-up show, ‘An Incurable Optimist’ with brand-new material on 17 and 24 September in Abingdon, Oxford, raising funds for Cure Parkinson’s and…


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The Big Splash for Parkinson’s: Positively Parkinson’s swimmers cross the Solent and raise over £39,000

On Sunday 5 September, Peter Burns and Vicky Knight along with ten other swimmers, three of whom are living with Parkinson’s, took on the huge challenge of swimming 5km across the Solent from Gosport on the Hampshire coast to Ryde on the Isle of Wight,…


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The Henley Mermaids take on the Bristol Channel

On 20 July, Laura Reineke, Jo Robb, Fiona Print, Susan Barry and Joan Fennelly, otherwise known as the Henley Mermaids, swam 61km across the Bristol Channel in support of Cure Parkinson’s and three other charities dedicated to neurological conditions. The Henley Mermaids are a group…


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Team 144 walk historic bus route for Cure Parkinson’s

A team of incredible supporters from Bromsgrove has taken on the 25-mile long, locally iconic 144 bus route on foot. They have raised over £1950 for our research into a cure for Parkinson’s. At 9am on 30 May, Sophia Harley, Becki Harley, Bryony Billingham, James…


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Cure Parkinson’s Patron Mike Tindall and Trustee Lyndsey Isaacs on BBC Breakfast

In this poignant film created by BBC Breakfast, which aired on 16 April, Mike Tindall spoke openly with his parents about how his father Philip’s Parkinson’s diagnosis has impacted the family. Cure Parkinson’s Trustee Lyndsey Isaacs also spoke to BBC Breakfast’s Dan Walker about Parkinson’s,…