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‘Sport Parkinson’s Four Nations Golf Tournament’ tees off at The Belfry

From 11-13 October, four teams of golfers who have Parkinson’s, from the four UK nations, will tee off on The Belfry’s Brabazon course for two days of friendly competition and fundraising. Cure Parkinson’s patron, Mike Tindall, will lead the England team.


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London Marathon 2021 raises over £80k for Parkinson’s research

On Sunday 3 October, 38 Cure Parkinson’s supporters came together to take part in the iconic Virgin Money London Marathon, raising awareness and over £80,000 for Parkinson’s research. This year ‘Team Cure’ included runners from Canada, the U.S., France and Switzerland; a truly international effort…


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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…