The branch were delighted that Cambridge University Alumni, television and news reporter and PwP, Rory Cellan-Jones, was willing to present to the branch at our Cuppa and Cake on 11 June. His talk was a personal history of his journey with Parkinson’s, its impact on his life and how his insight into technology is supporting the journey. Rory is an engaging, funny individual with a very up-beat approach to his Parkinson’s.
Our Cuppa and Cake Meeting on Friday 23 April was attended by 60 logins and in a lot of cases there were two viewers, at a guess we were close to a hundred participants! It was great to see many of our regular attendees and especially good to see some new faces and our guests from the Peterborough, Uttlesford and Saffron Walden Branches.
Professor Roger Barker, who is the Honorary President of the Cambridge Branch, always attracts a large audience when ever he speaks to the Branch. Friday was no different. Roger was, as always, entertaining, natural, informative and inspiring. We are so fortunate to have him based at the Addenbrooke’s Campus.
In advance of and since Friday, numerous of you have been in touch to ask if the session will be or has been recorded. The answer a resounding YES! The video is 55 minutes including a lively Q&A.
Time to get a belated Cuppa and Cake and watch one of the best in his field, click on the link to our You Tube Channel:
If you missed the Gretschen Amphlet Memorial Lecture in March you can catch up and watch it on demand on YouTube here. Discover more about the research being done into cannabidiol and Parkinson’s psychosis.
DUE TO COVID 19 RESTRICTIONS AND RISKS, THE CAMBRIDGE BRANCH OF PARKINSON’S ISN’T OFFERING ANY FACE TO FACE MEETINGS, SOCIAL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Because all of our in-person events and activities are suspended, we’ve moved things online. Reach out to our Membership secretary to join our mailing list and you’ll receive a link to our regular Cuppa & Cake Zoom branch meeting.