David Cameron comes out to play for Parkinson's UK
9 October 2012
Minister David Cameron visited our stand at the Conservative party
conference in Birmingham today to chat to us about our campaigning work to help people affected by
He was the second party leader to try his hand at our buzzwire
The Prime Minister is pictured with Sarah Williams of
Parkinson's UK and Tina Walker (seated) who has Parkinson's.
Image by Ben Page / www.benpagephotography.com
Raising awareness of our campaigning work
Dr Caroline Hacker, our head of policy and service
"Our stand at the party
conferences this year has attracted lots of attention from each
of the 3 political parties.
"This can only help to spread awareness of our campaigning work,
and David Cameron's visit was the icing on the
"Our staff and volunteers are buzzing from the experience!"
Iain Duncan Smith and Theresa May also stopped by, as did
journalist and writer A.A. Gill and Queen guitarist Brian May,
pictured above with Dr Caroline Hacker (left) and
Parkinson's UK Campaign Ambassador Tina Walker (right).
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