Parkinson's Disease Society Of The United Kingdom
Registered Number 258197
Jackson Square, 11 Devoils Ln, Bishop's Stortford CM23 3XH
Apton Road, Bishop's Stortford, England CM23 3SN
Parkinson's is a progressive neurological condition. This means that it causes problems in the brain and gets worse over time.
The number of people diagnosed with Parkinson's in the UK is about 145,000. That's around 1 adult in every 350.
People with Parkinson's don't have enough of the chemical dopamine because some of the nerve cells that make it have died.
There are lots of different treatments, therapies and support available to help manage the condition.
Our researchers are working hard to develop new and better treatments - and one day a cure.
Registered Number 258197
In loving memory of Don. A truly lovely gentleman who will be fondly missed with great affection
Mrs Eileen Taylor
In loving memory of a lovely man. It was a privilege to have known him. Gerry and Naomi Ellis
Mrs Naomi Ellis
Don always cheered you with his smile and lively manner, even when struggling. He will be very much missed by his friends and family. It was a pleasure to have known this lovely man..
Mrs Pat SIMPSON
In memory of Don. A true gentleman. We may have only known him for a short while but he made us feel so welcome and part of the Maynard House family. He will be sadly missed.
Mr & Mrs Colin & Jeanette Prior
In memory of Don, a very special man and a true friend.
Alice & Norman Tucker
With loving memories of Don. Jean & Roger
Mr ROGER PAGRAM
In loving memory of a very dear friend over more than 50years. John & Ruth xx
Mrs Ruth Banks
In memory of a lovely man who left an indelible imprint on everything in which he played a part. A good friend for so very many years, I shall miss him very much
Mrs Margaret Webb
With grateful thanks for Don's love and support over so many years. 'Well done good and faithful servant'. Much love to Val, Paul and Alison. From Jan and Glyn
Mr Glyn Lumley
With loving memory of a great friend and a good fellow in all he did
Fond memories of time I spent on his Talking Newspaper Editing Team
Mrs Joan Crisp
In memory of Don, a lovely gentleman who will be sadly missed by everyone who knew him. Sending deepest sympathy to Val and all the family.
Mrs Angela Finbow
In memory of a true gentleman who enriched all our lives. His smile, singing and friendship will live in our hearts. With love and prayers Sue Swan and family
Mrs Susan Swan
It was a great pleasure to have known Don over many years. May he rest in peace.
Mr & Mrs Danny & Delia Doyle
I may have only known Don a short while as a neighbour, but it was soon clear to me that Don was a lovely caring man with a dry sense of humour and a wonderful family man. He was a man with great talent with his singing and he always encouraged others to join him in a rendition or two whenever he could. RIP Don.
Mr David Cowper
In memory of a great, friendly and reliable neighbour when we share Canfield. Noel
Mr Noel Younger
In memory of Don McGregor, as a small token of our affection and respect for Don and everything he stood for.
Bee & Martin McGregor
Sending lots love to all the family. xxx
Ms Lauren Archdeacon
Much love to you all xx
Miss Jane Newton
It was a privilege to have known Don, his voice and that wonderful endearing smile live on, in our hearts and memories. A True Gentleman and our lives were brighter when in his company. With our Love Janice & Robert McLean
Mr Robert McLean
For a special dad and great man xx Wish I could be with you all to say goodbye but as a teacher I’m sure don would understand xx Maggie x
Ms Nicola Maguire
With love and best wishes, Catherine.
Miss Catherine Loadman
Thinking of you all at your loss All our love Jane, Rob and Hugo xxx
Mrs Jane Whitten
In grateful and loving memory of Donald
Mr & Mrs K W Mark
In memory of a truly inspirational man.
Mrs Brenda Cox
In loving memory of a truly inspirational man Richard & Jenny Price
Mr Richard Price