This new year, why not take on a challenge that not only pushes you but also makes a positive impact for people affected by Parkinson’s? Whether it’s conquering a fitness goal, mastering a new skill, or embracing something that enhances your well-being. You can turn your personal challenge into a force for good – and we’d be delighted if you’d support Cure Parkinson’s!

2024 brings two NEW cycling events that you can take part in for Cure Parkinson’s, the London to Brighton cycle or The Celtic Challenge!

Cycling not your jam? No worries, there’s plenty more for you to get involved in!
Whether you want to start running, walking 10,000 steps a day or become Britain’s next star baker, we have something for you. Whatever you choose to take on, you’ll be helping to make a real difference to our research to slow or stop Parkinson’s… and, you’ll have the encouragement and expertise of a fabulous fundraising team. So come on – we’re here for you!

Take on The Celtic Challenge

Are you a cycling enthusiast? Great news…we have a new adventure for you! Join The Celtic Challenge this September, a beautiful 200 mile cycle from Edinburgh to the Isle of Iona.

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Do your own fundraising

If a sporting event is not for you, there are endless ways you can support our Parkinson’s research. Perhaps host a coffee morning, have a new year clear-out and sell unwanted items or put your apron on and bake some tasty treats to sell to loved ones!

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Join the London to Brighton Cycle Challenge!

New for 2024! Take on a new challenge this year and join one of the most iconic charity bike rides in Europe in support of Cure Parkinson’s.

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Find your local event

Will 2024 be the year you sign up to your first ever race? A marathon, 10k, or even a 5k obstacle course… whatever you’re looking for, we have something for you and will support you every step of the way.

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Get in touch! Call Elizabeth on 0207 487 3892 or send an email

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Take part in research

There are many ways to get involved in research, whether that’s taking part in a trial, completing a survey, joining a study or sharing your experiences to help shape research.

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