Ely Hero Award winner Ruth Marley is special guest at meeting of Ely and District Parkinson’s UK Support Group

PUBLISHED: 11:48 18 October 2019 | UPDATED: 11:48 18 October 2019

Ruth Marley, who runs the Reimagine Resource Centre in Witchford, was the special guest at the October meeting of The Ely and District Parkinson’s UK Support Group.

Ruth Marley, who runs the Reimagine Resource Centre in Witchford, was the special guest at the October meeting of The Ely and District Parkinson’s UK Support Group.

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Ruth Marley, who runs the Reimagine Resource Centre in Witchford, was the special guest at the October meeting of The Ely and District Parkinson’s UK Support Group.

Ruth Marley, who runs the Reimagine Resource Centre in Witchford, was the special guest at the October meeting of The Ely and District Parkinson?s UK Support Group. Picture: CAROLINE NICKLINSON.Ruth Marley, who runs the Reimagine Resource Centre in Witchford, was the special guest at the October meeting of The Ely and District Parkinson?s UK Support Group. Picture: CAROLINE NICKLINSON.

With Ruth's help and guidance members made autumn wreaths from fabric cut offs.

There were varying degrees of success, but members agreed it had been a great activity and all were interested to hear that Ruth had given a 'sprout wreath' to Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.

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The support group meets at Bell Holt - Sanctuary Housing in Lisle Lane, CB7 4ED. on the third Tuesday afternoon in the month. Meetings run from 2.30-4.30pm.

The group offers information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

Members organise regular events and social activities.

Contact Caroline Nicklinson by emailing cnicklinson@gmail.com or calling 07718 191482 for more information.

To find other local Parkinson's support groups visit www.localsupport.parkinsons.org.uk/opportunity/2401

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