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Parkinson's UK Cymru

We're here for everyone affected by Parkinson's in Wales.

Find out about support near you, who to contact and how to get involved.

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Local advisers in Wales

Our Parkinson's local advisers provide one-to-one information and support to people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

For any questions about Parkinson's local advisers in your area contact Stephen Cairns, Service Manager on 0344 225 3712 or [email protected].

Get in touch

Wales office - general enquiries/donations

For all general enquiries, please contact:

  • Alyson Smith, Business Support Officer for Wales
    Tel: 0344 225 3784
    Email: [email protected]

Or write to: Parkinson's UK Wales/Cymru, Maritime Offices, Woodland Terrace, Maesycoed, Pontypridd CF37 1DZ.

To get in touch with the country director:

Find out about local Parkinson's services and share any concerns

If you want to find out more about local Parkinson's services or share any concerns, please contact:

  • Suzanne Marchment, Area Development Manager (South Wales)
    Tel: 0300 123 3671
    Email: [email protected]
  • Dawn McGuinness, Area Development Manager (North and Mid Wales)
    Tel: 0344 225 3713
    Email: [email protected]

Our area development managers identify the local needs of the Parkinson's community. They work with people with Parkinson's, family members, carers, our local group network, volunteers and health and social care professionals to identify gaps in services.

We are developing and delivering a range of activities, complementing the services offered by our local group network. To find out what is happening or being planned in your area please contact our area development managers.

Want to find out more about our campaigns?

For any questions about campaigning work in Wales:

  • Rachel Williams, Campaigns, Policy and Communications Officer
    Tel: 0344 225 3715
    Email: [email protected]

Our campaigns and policy officer works to make sure that the voices of the 6,000 people with Parkinson's in Wales, and their families and carers, are heard in the National Assembly for Wales and Welsh Government.

Do you have a question about volunteering?

If you're interested in volunteering in Wales, search our volunteer opportunities, or contact:

  • Rebecca Lydon, Volunteer Co-ordinator (South Wales)
    Tel: 0344 225 3714
    Email: [email protected]

Volunteers run our local networks, fundraise, lead our self-management programmes and much more. We'll support you to make sure your experience of volunteering for us is a really positive one.

Are you a health and social care professional in Wales?

Are you a health or social care professional working or interested in Parkinson's care? Then the Excellence Network is for you.

Sign up to the UK Parkinson's Excellence Network newsletter which has the latest news, training, resources and events for professionals. 


As part of the UK Parkinson's Excellence Network, our education team supports and enables health and social care professionals to understand Parkinson's and continue to improve their practice.


Our service improvement advisers can provide specialist expertise to support health and social care professionals and providers to make sustainable improvements to services.

The service improvement adviser for Wales is:

Do you need fundraising support?

For guidance and support for your fundraising activities:

Our fundraisers organise a huge range of Parkinson's UK events and activities and support individuals and community groups to raise money. Take a look at fundraising ideas and events - what could you do?

Do you have a press enquiry?

For media enquiries, please contact:

  • Rachel Williams, Campaigns, Policy and Communications Officer
    Tel: 0344 225 3715
    Email: [email protected]

Welsh publications

We produce a range of resources in other languages, including welsh.

Walk for Parkinson's

We're inviting people of all ages, abilities and fitness levels to Walk for Parkinson's in 2018.

Find out more
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Our work in Wales