Walk for Parkinson’s – Blickling Estate

Take part in Walk for Parkinson’s in 2021 to get outside, connect with the Parkinson’s community and make a difference.

Join us at Blickling Estate, Norwich for breath-taking views of the red-brick mansion and ancient yew hedges. The magnificent hall and gardens are not to be missed. And every pound you raise will be matched pound-for-pound, by the Frank and Evelyn Brake Connect Fund, doubling your impact.

Together, we can transform information and support services for people with Parkinson’s.

  • £12 for adults and £6 for under 18s.
  • Routes: 1.8 miles or 4 miles.
  • Registration for this walk closes: Sunday 5 September 2021.
  • We will not be accepting any sign ups on the day of the event.
  • The walk will be compliant with all coronavirus (COVID-19) guidelines. Details will be confirmed to participants a week before the event to ensure they are up to date.

Find out more about this walk.


About Parkinson’s and Parkinson’s UK

Parkinson’s is the fastest growing neurological condition in the world. Around 145,000 people in the UK have Parkinson’s.

Parkinson’s is what happens when the brain cells that make dopamine start to die. There are more than 40 symptoms, from tremor and pain to anxiety. Some are treatable, but the drugs can have serious side effects. It gets worse over time and there’s no cure. Yet.

But we know we’re close to major breakthroughs. By funding the right research into the most promising treatments, we get closer to a cure every day. Until then, we’re here for everyone affected by Parkinson’s. Fighting for fair treatment and better services. Making everyone see its real impact.

People with Parkinson’s, scientists and supporters, fundraisers and families, carers and clinicians, all working side by side. Impatient for change, we’re taking a stand, speaking out, chipping in, and playing our part.

We are Parkinson’s UK. Powered by people. Funded by you. Together we’ll find a cure.

Further information, advice and support is available on our website, www.parkinsons.org.uk