We have two Parkinson’s cafés which both meet monthly: one in Holmer Green, High Wycombe and one in Amersham.
Both are very informal and are for everyone affected by Parkinson’s — including spouses, partners, family members and carers:
- drop-in — no need to book or let us know you’re coming
- fellowship, mutual support and encouragement
- chance to share tips and experiences
- make new friends
- occasional special guests
Spouses, partners and other family carers often say they would like to spend time with other carers to share their experiences and hints and tips. So we usually arrange a “carers corner” for 30 minutes or so during each meeting for everyone who wants to participate.
We are open for everyone
You don’t have to be a member of Parkinson’s UK to come to our Parkinson’s cafés – everyone in our area affected by Parkinson’s is welcome.
We hold both of our Parkinson’s cafés monthly from 10.45am until 12.00 noon:
(first Wednesday of the month except August and December)
(third Monday of the month except August and December)
Holmer Green venue
Green and Grounds is at Holmer Green Sports Association, Watchet Lane, Holmer Green HP15 6UF. There is plenty of parking and level access to the cafe at the rear of the pavilion.
PLEASE NOTE: disabled toilets are due to be installed in the next few weeks. Until they are, we advise visitors for whom these facilities are necessary to use the alternative Parkinson’s cafe in Amersham – see below for details.
The Kings Roast Coffee House is at the Kings Church, Raans Road, Amersham HP6 6LX. It’s about a mile from Amersham station. You’ll find plenty of parking and level access from the car park to the cafe.
Contact Dorothy Salathiel on 0300 030 4667
Or contact us.
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