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Thank you for expressing interest in the Trustees elections 2023. We hope the pack we sent you recently was useful. We’ll shortly be confirming bookings for those who are interested in stage 1 of the trustee election process. This stage offers applicants the opportunity to 

  • Observe the 4 May board meeting
  • And / or talk through the governance documents and election process with us from 15:45 hrs 4 May
  • And / or to speak to trustees from mid June onwards

In order to reserve your places to observe the board and speak to trustees, you will need to complete the following attached documents by no later that 09:00 hrs Tuesday 2 May to book your place to observe on :

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What happens next Once we have processed your response, we will be in touch to send you an election guidance pack. This pack will contain key information for you to consider.

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Thanks so much for being part of Team Parkinson’s over the last year. 

Your membership has now automatically renewed. You’re making a difference, being part of a powerful movement determined to make change. 

There’s no denying the past year has been difficult, especially for people with Parkinson’s. But together, we overcame many challenges and have lots to celebrate. Here are just a few of our achievements in 2022: 
  Our community made World Parkinson’s Day our biggest yet. 170 buildings lit up blue for Parkinson’s and 417 poems were shared across the UK. These powerful contributions have encouraged many more people to tell their stories and raise awareness.  Our ‘Can’t Wait’ campaign launched in October. Campaigning volunteers wrote to MPs, attended Parliamentary conferences and handed out 1,200 postcards to the Care Minister calling for increased funding. The request for access to the right healthcare professionals, to live well with Parkinson’s, couldn’t be louder.  The Virtual Biotech, our drug discovery and development programme, reached a 5 year milestone. Since 2017, research with the greatest life changing potential has been fast-tracked through the Virtual Biotech and 12 new projects, including 5 clinical trials, have been supported. 
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