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Participants taking part in the Gauntlet Games in 2016

Gauntlet Games

UK | 22 July 2017

The Gauntlet Games is a fun and exciting obstacle race. Choose between the 5K or 10K distance and take on giant inflatables, slides, foam, real gladiators and much more for Parkinson's UK.
London Triathlon

London Triathlon

ExCeL London | 22 July 2017

Do the ultimate fitness challenge for Parkinson's UK: tackle the world's biggest triathlon in London.
Tai Murray

Bohemian Notes: A Concert for Parkinson's UK

Wigmore Hall | 23 July 2017

Join us at the renowned concert venue, Wigmore Hall, for an evening of glorious music making from internationally renowned classical performers, with proceeds going to Parkinson's UK.
Tough Mudder for Parkinsons UK

Tough Mudder

Various locations in the UK | 29 July 2017

Take on the Tough Mudder challenge for Parkinson's UK. Are you tough enough?

RideLondon riders

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

London | 30 July 2017

Cycle in the tracks of the 2012 Olympians in this fabulous 100 mile closed-road race through London and the Surrey countryside.

Cyclist taking on ridelondon

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46

London | 30 July 2017

Take part in this fantastic 46 mile closed-road race through London and the Surrey countryside.
Parkinson's UK supporters taking on a trek

Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

Yorkshire | 1 August 2017

Walk 26 miles through the beautiful Yorkshire Dales' highest points, and raise vital money for Parkinson's UK.
Parkinson's UK supporters taking on a trek

Three Peaks Challenge

UK | 5 August 2017

Take on this iconic challenge event in for Parkinson’s UK and climb the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales in one go.
A Parkinson's UK supporter at the Liverpool abseil in 2016

Liverpool Cathedral Abseil

Liverpool | 5 August 2017

Are you ready to test yourself? Abseil down the spectacular and iconic Liverpool Cathedral to raise funds for Parkinson's UK.

Pedal for Parkinson's - Stirling

Stirling High School, Stirling | 6 August 2017

Cycle 23, 34 or 51 miles through Scotland's rolling hills and stunning countryside to help keep the wheels turning for Parkinson's research and support.

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