Micklefield Hall Supports Cure Parkinson’s

Micklefield Hall Supports Cure Parkinson’s by donating woodland as part of their ‘Planting for a Cure’ campaign.

About Cure Parkinson’s

Cure Parkinson’s was founded in Croxley Green in 2005. Since then they have made huge efforts to raise awareness and funds for Parkinson’s disease. The charity was started by four brave people who live with Parkinson’s Disease everyday. Furthermore, they wanted to do their bit to help those going through the same experience.

Anna and Jamie are passionate about supporting as many charities as possible. Without a doubt, Cure Parkinson’s is one of those incredible charities they have chosen to support.

‘Planting for a Cure’ is a campaign by Cure Parkinson’s that allows hundreds of trees to be planted. These trees are then dedicated to those who have pledged to leave a gift to Cure Parkinson’s in their will.

The Rankin’s saw an incredible opportunity to support the charity by donating a portion of their woodland, to encourage the planting and growth of more trees.

The Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, Robert Voss, was invited to join Anna and Jamie, alongside representatives of Cure Parkinson’s on March 14 to plant the final tree.

To read more about how Micklefield Hall supports Cure Parkinson’s, visit the article in the Watford Observer.

Micklefield woodland for Cure Parkinsons