£15,000 for Parkinson's charity

PUBLISHED: 12:22 26 January 2006 | UPDATED: 20:19 03 May 2010

PARKINSON'S disease sufferers have been given a helping hand by the Herts Community Foundation. The charity has awarded the West Herts branch of the Parkinson's Disease Society £15,000 payable in three annual instalments. The money will go towards the cos

PARKINSON'S disease sufferers have been given a helping hand by the Herts Community Foundation. The charity has awarded the West Herts branch of the Parkinson's Disease Society £15,000 payable in three annual instalments. The money will go towards the cost of a community support worker for sufferers in the large area covered by the branch, which includes St Albans.

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