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The Alex Flynn Award was created in 2013 to recognise and celebrate those who have ‘gone the extra mile’ in their quest to fundraise and raise awareness for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT).
Alex Flynn himself was the first recipient. In spite of his Parkinson’s diagnosis, he has shown that nothing is impossible and has gone on to inspire people to give – by pushing himself far beyond his own limits! You can read all about Alex and our other inspiring winners below.
Nominations for the 2018 Alex Flynn Award are now closed.
Our judging panel will review all nominations in January 2019 and the winner of the 2018 award will be announced in April on World Parkinson’s Day 2019. Our brilliant panel of judges includes previous winner Alison Anderson, CPT’s Lyndsey Isaacs, Lady Shelagh Nichols and David Ashford Jones and CPT supporters Lottie Smart, Jill Carson, Jean Burns and Israel Robledo.
We are delighted that Alison Anderson is the Alex Flynn Award winner of 2017! Following her diagnosis with Parkinson's, Alison was determined to move forward with optimism - so she took on an awesome and inspiring challenge...Read more
We are delighted to announce our 2016 winner! David Sangster has most definitely gone beyond that extra mile...Read more
We are delighted to announce that our 'Alex Flynn Award' fundraiser of the year for 2015 is awarded to Norman Yarrow. Norman has been an inspiration to so many people since he was diagnosed with Parkinson's. Find out more...Read more
We are so pleased to announce Rosemary Mason as the winner of the 2014 Alex Flynn Award - Rosie is an enthusiastic and imaginative fundraising champion!Read more
Our annual Alex Flynn Award was created in recognition of those who have ‘gone the extra mile’ in their quest to fundraise and raise awareness for The Cure Parkinson’s Trust. Alex Flynn himself was the first recipient in 2013!Read more