October 2018

Events

Author: Simge Eva DoganPublished: 27 September 2018

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October

4

Buttercross Ball, Winchester, UK

Head to the Guildhall in Winchester, UK, for a night of live music and comedy in aid of Parkinson’s UK. Guests will enjoy a three-course dinner followed by a raffle.

5-9

International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, Hong Kong 

Attend this five-day conference in Hong Kong, China, focusing on the management of movement disorders.

18

The Tom Isaacs Charity Golf Day, Denham Golf Club, UK

The Cure Parkinson’s Trust is hosting a charity golf competition in memory of the late Tom Isaacs. Players will tee off at 12.30 – with prizes awarded for the highest scoring teams.

21 

TCS Amsterdam Marathon, Netherlands

Join Parkinson’s UK in Amsterdam, Holland, for the city’s TCS marathon. Registration fee is £45 and runners are encouraged to raise a minimum of £450.

26-28

Cure3 Art Exhibition, London, UK

From 26-28 October, London auction house Bonhams will be showcasing work from some of the world’s most famous artists – all proceeds will go to the Cure Parkinson’s Trust.

27 

Snowdonia Marathon, Wales, UK

Take on Snowdonia – the highest mountain in England – in aid of Parkinson’s UK. Registration costs £20.

31

Spooky Sprint, Worldwide

Celebrate Halloween in style with a Spooky Sprint in aid of Parkinson’s UK! Open until the end of November, this virtual challenge can be completed at any time, in any location. Registration is free.

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