welcome to the cambridge branch of parkinson’s uk

The Cambridge Branch covers a wide area and tries to fulfil the aims of Parkinson’s UK locally by providing information, support and advice for people with Parkinson’s, their carers, families and friends. 

Because we’re here, no one has to face Parkinson’s alone.

We’ll find a cure. Together.

LATEST NEWS:

40th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION:

The Branch celebrates 40 years of support for people affected by Parkinson’s with a performance by comedy writer Paul Mayhew-Archer (of Vicar of Dibley fame) of his show ‘Incurable Optimist” on the evening of Tuesday 23rd August 2022 at Fitzwilliam College Auditorium.
For further information and tickets visit eventbrite.

Branch meetings:

The branch meets in-person at the David Rayner Building, at Scotsdale’s on the 4th Friday of every month.

The branch meets online for ‘Cuppa and Cake’ meetings on the 2nd Friday of each month.

From September 2022 there will be two monthly Parkinson’s Cafe-style meetings in North Cambridge.

For details of upcoming meetings: times, locations, and speakers see Diary Dates page and keep an eye on our newsletter for updates.

Past recordings of meetings are on our YouTube channel.

This local branch serves Cambridge, which is a university city and the county town of Cambridgeshire, England, on the River Cam approx. 55 miles north of London. 
The red tulip is a symbol adopted by the Parkinson’s community worldwide to bring awareness to Parkinson’s.
72 branch members attended the 2019 Branch Christmas lunch which was held at the David Rayner Centre, Scotsdale’s Garden Centre, Shelford Road, Cambridge.
Parkinson’s UK is the operating name of the Parkinson’s Disease Society of the United Kingdom.
A registered charity in England and Wales (258197) and in Scotland (SC037554). Registered office: 215 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London SW1V 1EJ.

Welcome to the Cambridge Branch of Parkinson's UK