Open to all members of Parkinson's UK, this year's Members' Day and AGM is a chance to see the impact we’re making together, as you hear from members, staff and volunteers sharing ideas and successes from across the UK. You'll also be able to chat to trustees and both our retiring and incoming chairs.
We'll share updates on key financials, the impact of our existing 5-year strategy (including research) and the results of the trustee elections.
You're also invited to be part of an interactive session that will explore the benefits of physical activity and exercise in managing and even slowing down Parkinson's development.
At the Members' Marketplace you can discover more about Team Parkinson's and each area of our work, and share with us how you would like to stay involved in shaping the future of Parkinson's UK.
In 2018 we trialled holding 3 concurrent events across the UK to make it easier for our members to attend and participate in the AGM and Members' Day.
We're building on this in 2019, with 4 concurrent events in London, Newcastle, Scotland and Northern Ireland from 11am to 3.45pm on Saturday 12 October. We hope to add a Welsh event next year.
The venues are:
Etc Venues County Hall, Riverside Building, Belvedere Rd, Lambeth, London, SE1 7PB
Royal Station Hotel, Neville Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5DH
Hilton Templepatrick, Castle Upton, Templepatrick, BT39 0DD
The Stirling Court Hotel, University of Stirling, Airthrey Rd, Stirling, FK9 4LA
Important: You can only vote in person at our London event. If you're attending in Newcastle, Templepatrick or Stirling you'll need to vote by proxy in advance.
11.10am Annual General Meeting
Learn the results of our trustee elections and the impact we have made as we draw to the close of our 2015 to 2019 strategy.
Marketplace open during lunch.
2pm Team Parkinson's guide to physical activity and exercise
In this interactive session we will:
Hear from you, our members, about your real experiences using exercise to tackle Parkinson's
Learn more about the range of beneficial forms of exercise and participate in some activities on the day
Work together to create tools or information and materials about physical activity and exercise that will be of use to people with Parkinson's
3.45pm Closing reflections
Our VIP co-host
We're delighted that Paul Mayhew-Archer will be our VIP co-host again this year. Paul has written some of the UK's most loved comedy shows and his trademark wit and insight about living with Parkinson's was a high point of our 2018 event.
How can I register?
Follow the links below or contact Tyler Events on 01509 631 530 or [email protected] by Friday 4 October 2019.
Can I join remotely from home?
Yes! You can join the AGM and parts of the Members' Day through your computer. Please contact [email protected] for joining information.
How and when will I receive my AGM papers?
We'll send out AGM papers in early September.
If you've provided us with an email address, we'll send your notice and papers via email.
If you haven't given us permission to contact you via email, we'll send your AGM notice, trustee election candidate information and paper on appointment of the auditor via post.
It costs the charity a considerable amount to send hard copy papers so if you don't need these please contact us at [email protected] to give us your email address.
The bulkier papers are published below. You can request hard copies by calling 0845 121 2354, emailing [email protected] or writing to Parkinson's UK, PO Box 637, Wetherby Road, York, YO26 7NH. Please quote the reference codes in brackets.
Draft minutes of the 2018 AGM (PDF, 200KB) (PKMINS18)
Complete pack of all documents (PKAGM19)
Appointment of auditors (PDF, 162KB) (PKAUD18)
Please note that these documents won't be sent until the first week of September.
For registration questions please contact Tyler Events on 01509 631 530 or [email protected] by Friday 4 October 2019.
For general information about the day please contact [email protected] or Julia at 020 7963 9253.
For questions about the AGM session please contact [email protected] or Kate at 0207 963 3930.