Graham Norton and Parkinson's UK are putting on the glam to inspire everyone to Party for Parkinson’s.

Graham is hoping he can sprinkle a little party magic around to help people celebrate the first date in the Party for Parkinson’s social calendar – The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Whether it’s a barbeque, street or house party, Graham recommends asking quickly for your very own free Party for Parkinson’s pack, complete with special party bunting.

“Don’t be a party pooper!” says Graham, whose father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. "It’s time to stock up on party poppers, hats, steamers and other party essentials, and turn the UK into one giant Party for Parkinson’s.

“Get into the party spirit and invite family, friends and neighbours to your very own Party for Parkinson’s for a day to remember, and celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

“Make it happen by hosting your own party, and you will be helping Parkinson’s UK to raise vital funds to improve the lives of the 127,000 people living with Parkinson’s in the UK.

“Together and with your help, we can help find a cure for Parkinson’s.”

Parkinson’s UK has created special downloadable decorations for your party. To find out more about ordering your free Party for Parkinson’s fundraising pack, click here.

Source: Parkinsons.org.uk

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