Take a look at the amazing donations we have received over the years via our Justgiving page
 
We have to say a BIG thank you to all the fantastic people who ran, walked, rode, played tennis or even climbed for us, plus not forgetting those who have supported our events over the years. 
We hold amazing events throughout the year. Not only do they help us to raise funds for research into finding a cure for Parkinson’s, they are also a great way for supporters to get involved with some very special activities (and a great way for some to keep fit!). Have a look below at some upcoming and past fundraisers….

Upcoming Events

    Previous Events

    • SLYPN RESEARCH NIGHT

      SLYPN Research Night – Update on 28th Sep 2017 7:00:pm, at The Roehampton Club

      7pm onwards: Arrive at venue 7.20pm:  introduction by Professor David Dexter, PUK’s deputy director of research.   David previously was professor of neuropharmacology at imperial college, where one of his roles was scientific director at the Parkinson’s UK brain bank, the UK’s largest supplier of brain tissue for research dedicated to Parkinson’s. In his new role,...

    • SLYPN Campaign Launch Day on 18th Sep 2017, at

      More information to be released soon! it’s all very exciting 😉 Please note, there will be no Popping on this day so join us to raise awareness. Save the date!

    • Crystal Party

      SLYPN Crystal Party on 23rd Sep 2016, at Star & Garter, Putney

      It’s two years since The Crystal Ball and we wanted to do an event around the same time, but with a twist. Come and join us for Live music by Barossa/4am, a DJ, a DARTS competition, Rob John’s spiral art show and our raffle, which has some great prizes: Raffle prizes Case of wine from...

    • Paddle for Parkinsons

      Paddle for Parkinson’s Fundraiser on 21st Aug 2016 3:00:pm, at The Anglers, Teddington

      Paddle for Parkinson’s….SLYPN & Spotlight YOPD at the Anglers…….It was lovely to see some old and new faces at The Anglers, as well as meeting Billy from Spotlight YOPD, Tracey Parkie & Ann Martin from Kings College Hospital & then catching-up with Phil Bungay from Medway & District Working Age Group and the Cure Parkinson’s...

    • Parking at Wimbledon on 4th Jul 2016, at Wimbledon Tennis Club

      Thank you to Kathy and Rob for their donations over the last four years from the Wimbledon fortnight! They now have their annual regular customers and we love it!  Thank you to everyone who has supported it!

    • Making a Racquet for Parkinson’s 2016 on 15th Jun 2016, at

      It was another fantastic year for this tennis event, which is a fun way to raise money and awareness. Thank you to Isobel & Stewart for hosting and all the players, who enjoyed the classic Making a Racquet ‘warm-up’ by Suzie Cox, followed by some competitive tennis! This year, we added some serious shwopping to...

    • Parks Tennis 4 Parkinson’s on 25th Jun 2015, at 12 South London Boroughs

      Barry Millns (commentator) & Marcus Buckland (presenter),who both sat on our Crystal Ball committee last year completed a grueling tennis marathon in each of South London’s 12 boroughs. They played their final set alongside participants in our Making A Racquet About Parkinson’s event in Wimbledon Park on the 23rd of June. Click here, to find...

    • Making a Racquet About Parkinson’s 2015 on 23rd Jun 2015, at Wimbledon Park

      On the June 23 2015, making a Racquet About Parkinson’s was held in Wimbledon Park alongside the grand finale of our #PT4P event. This hugely successful tennis event helped us raise £7,500. We’d like to thank all those who helped make both events such a roaring success! We have to say thank you to: Dave...

    I came to support Parkinson’s UK after a friend of mine (Sarah Webb) of over 20 years was diagnosed with the condition while only in her 30s. Sarah co-founded the SLYPN (South London Younger Parkinson’s Network) in conjunction with Parkinson’s UK and I was inspired by her determination to fight the disease, to help others in the same plight and to raise funds to help find a cure. I want to help in any way I can with that on-going battle.

    Marcus Buckland

    Presenter, Sky Sports