Raising over £450 the lively Cambridge Cognition Charity Ceilidh took place at the Emmanuel United Reformed Church in Cambridge on the 12th May.

Lizzie Remfry, who works at the Cambridge Cognition and helped organise the event, said:

Over 50 people joined us for our Charity Ceilidh to dance the night away, with wonderful music provided by the Cambridge University Ceilidh Band. There was laughter and smiles all round as couples ‘stripped the willow’ and ‘cast off’ in all the wrong directions. We’re already looking forward to our next one so keep your eyes peeled

A huge thank you to everyone who organised and took part in the Ceilidh, and to our corporate partner Cambridge Cognition who are raising funds from events like these to help us fund research into treatments that will slow, stop and reverse Parkinson's.