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    Weʼve raised £0 to help pay for transportation for people living with Parkinson's in Cirencester & Stroud District to get to events and appointments.

    Cirencester and Stroud District
    Closed on Thursday, 2nd November 2023

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    We are a self funding group based in Cirencester and Stroud and are a branch of the national charity Parkinson's UK.

    We have over 150 members living with Parkinson's residing in our geographically dispersed area, most cannot drive any more due to their condition. We need them to be involved and to participate in the events, activities and therapeutic care that we arrange for them.

    Providing transportation for our members is very expensive. Any donations made here will help us pay for costs involved in hiring suitable transportation.

    We sincerely appreciate your support as do all of the members of Cirencester and Stroud Parkinson's Branch.

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