Light up blue for Parkinson's

The Parkinson's community and beyond lit up blue for World Parkinson's Day to raise awareness of the condition.

For the second year in a row, we asked people to light up buildings, monuments and their homes in blue to shine a light on Parkinson's.

With support from individuals and businesses, over 150 buildings across the UK lit up blue for Parkinson’s on the evening of World Parkinson's Day.

See where lit up blue near you on the map below.

And see a montage of just some of the places that lit up blue.

What does it mean to see buildings in blue?

Karen lives in Scotland and she said:

"Seeing buildings lit up in blue is a wonderful symbol of unity and really shows the Parkinson's community in Scotland that we stand with them."