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Coffee morning for Parkinson’s awareness

A coffee morning is to be held on Tuesday 16 April during Parkinson’s Awareness Week.

It takes place from 10am to 2pm at Adult Care Connect and Direct on Manchester Road, Bury (next to Bury Library). There will be expert advice from theBury Support Group for Parkinson's UK, and details of what services there are in Bury to help those who are affected by the disease.

The national ‘Put Yourself in my Shoes’ campaign aims to raise awareness of and change attitudes towards the disease.

For more information, call p161 253 6021 or email CALteam@bury.gov.uk.

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Press release issued: 10 April 2013.


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