September 2018

Agenda

Author: Roisin McCormackPublished: 30 August 2018

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September

1

Wing Walk, Essex, UK

Do something different and take to the skies for Parkinson’s UK this September. Sign up for a sponsored wing walk and ride an authentic vintage biplane with a wing walking professional. Open to over-18’s only with a registration fee of UK £100.

15

Lusaka to Victoria Falls Cycle, Zambia 

Take part in this 10-day challenge cycling across Zambia with Parkinson’s UK, experiencing the country’s natural beauty, rural charm and friendly culture. Finish your adventure at the stunning Victoria Falls — one of the largest waterfalls in the world.

15

Party for Parky Dinner & Dance, Vancouver, Canada

Dig out your dancing shoes for this 60s themed evening in aid of Parkinson Society British Columbia. Tickets cost US $50 and include dinner, desert, a silent auction and prizes for the best costumes.

24

Cycle Venice to Rome, Italy

Cycle through the streets of Venice, the rolling hills of Tuscany, and finish with a celebratory lunch in the Italian capital of Rome. All proceeds raised go to Parkinson’s UK.

27

The Big Comedy Shake-up, London, UK

Enjoy an evening of star-studded comedy featuring Rob Deering, Al Murray and many others. The event will be hosted by sports commentator Dave Clark and will raise vital funds for Parkinson’s research.

29 

NW05 ° The Morocco Challenge, Morocco

Undergo this intense physical challenge and take part in an unforgettable eight-day adventure across Morocco. Activities include mountain biking, orienteering and hiking. All funds raised go to The Cure Parkinson’s Trust.

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