Parkinson's UK Cirencester & Stroud Branch
07586 532635 ask for Karen

Organisations and Activities

  • Everyone Active – Join Cirencester Leisure Centre free of charge for anyone with Parkinson’s, follow this link:
  • Parkinson’s Living Aids – offering: a chance to purchase quality everyday living aid products to make life just that little bit easier for people with Parkinson’s can be contacted here – (this is the catalogue ordering page, Sue Mills, PUK Trading Manager is booked to give a talk to us in May 2023)
  • Longfield’s Well-being Centre – offering: a very wide range of activities and therapies from ‘just diagnosed’ onwards and are all completely free of charge can be contacted here – Burleigh Lane, Minchinhampton GL5 2PQ, 01453 886868
  • Carers Hub – offering: support for carers to meet others in a safe place can be contacted here – Stephen Moore, Bond Mills, Stonehouse GL10 3RF Tel: 0300 111 9000
  • Charcot Therapy Centre – offering guidance, support, information and therapies to anyone living with or supporting someone who has a neurological or long term condition can be contacted here – 71-75 Frampton Road Gloucester GL1 5QB 01452 419 246
  • The Churn Project – offering: people of the Cirencester community free (or at very low cost) support and wellbeing through difficult times when needed including Friendship Café; Family Matters; Memory Club (for anyone with memory problems) can be contacted here – 14-16 The Waterloo, Cirencester GL7 2PY Tel: 01285 380038
  • Cotswold Friends – offering: support to people who do not have access to transport, helping with journey’s for medical, social and practical need can be contacted here – High Street Moreton-on-Marsh, GL56 0AZ Tel: 01608 651115 for transport bookings
  • Megan Baker House – offering: sessional services for adults and children with neurological motor disorders using methods of conductive education can be contacted here – Orchard Lane, Ledbury, Herefordshire HR8 1BY 01531 633840
  • Walking Football – offering: a chance to play football at a slower, safer pace in a fun way regardless of age, proven to improve confidence, coordination and mobility and to make friends can be contacted here – Abbeydale Sports and Community Centre GL4 4BL Tel: 0777 989 5832 Email:
  • National Trust – Discounted and free entry
  • Essential Companion card – The Essential Companion card makes it simple to bring one or two carers or companions with you, free of charge. Just show the card when you arrive, and your carer(s) or companion(s) won’t need to pay an entry fee. It’s in your name so you can bring whomever you like, but even if you don’t have an Essential Companion card, you can still bring carers or companions free – the card just makes it quicker and simpler for you. If you’re not a National Trust member, you will still need to pay for your own entry.
  • The Young Ones – offering: an informal network of working age people living with Parkinson’s, playing sports, walking, socialising, 1:1 support when needed contact Alison Anderson on 07775 525 053 to join WhatsApp group
  • Helping Old Friends – offering: personal assistants and companionship services tailored for you contact number 01793 550895