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Let’s Get Moving

Professor Lynn Rochester answers questions from the audience, watched by Ken Bowler and David Adams, Branch Chair This exciting one-day event was aimed at everyone affected by, and involved with, Parkinson’s. The first presentation was by Professor Lynn Rochester, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University, who described the research evidence for the effects of exercise and…

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Dance Class Project Announced

Edinburgh Dance Base National Centre for Dance and Scottish Ballet Project Dance and Parkinson’s Disease Scotland About the Project: In partnership with a range of organisations, Dance Base and Scottish Ballet have successfully secured funding to deliver Dance for Parkinson’s Disease. The programme aims to address Parkinson’s-specific physical and psychological issues through dance and music.…

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Line Dancing Fundraiser

There will be a fundraising event on Friday 24 April. Our DJ Rep will teach a couple of learner dances but the night is a linedancing disco. Anyone is very welcome to buy a ticket and can come to watch. Please bring your own drink and snacks. Lots of dancing, raffling, quizzing There will be…

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Rambert Dance Company to visit

The renowned Rambert Dance Company will be visiting our Dance for People with Parkinson’s group on 10th April. The group meets at Dance Base, 14-16 Grassmarket, Edinburgh EH1 2JU from 11 am to 12.30 pm. Meetings are planned for 24th April, 8th & 22nd May, and 5th & 19th or 26th June (tbc), For further…

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