Parkinson's fundraiser is picture perfect

showing impressive photo of a tiger and event chairs, screen etc.

Nov 2019: We're incredibly grateful to Norman Yarrow, David Yarrow Photography and The Hunter Foundation for a wonderful evening at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum in Glasgow.

The event took place on Thursday 31st October. The evening celebrated the launch of David Yarrow's beautiful new wildlife photography book and raised funds for The Dundee and Edinburgh Parkinson's Initiative based at Dundee University and here at the Anne Rowling Clinic at The University of Edinburgh. Also supported on the night was the wonderful Nora Docherty Charitable Foundation

David is the brother of Norman who is living with Parkinson's. On the night David spoke about his passion for photography, his career and the dedication it takes to get the perfect shot. Norman gave a very moving account of what it is like to live with Parkinson's and we were delighted to have our Parkinson's consultant, Dr David Breen speak about Parkinson's research and the Initiative.

Thank you to everyone who attended and donated on the night.

Find out more about the Dundee and Parkinson's Initiative. 

See more photos of the evening on our Facebook page.

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This article was published on: Wednesday, November 06, 2019