Support Sarah Frow along the Pilgrim’s Way to raise money for PCIT

In May/June 2024 Sarah Frow will be completing the Pilgrim’s Way to raise money for the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy.

Her first-hand experience of PCIT, both as it’s Fitness Trainer and as someone with Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease, gives her a unique understanding of the value of the treatments, research, and sense of community the centre offers.

Having been a runner since the age of 11, sport and fitness have always played a big part in her life but since her diagnosis in 2021 the way she exercises has changed. Her new mantra ‘exercise is my medicine’ underscores her ethos that she is no longer training to win but instead to slow the progression of her disease.

By completing the entire Pilgrim’s Way route in a week Sarah is looking to challenge herself. The journey will take her from Winchester to Canterbury and see will be aiming to complete 20-30 miles each day.

When deciding to take on this significant mission, Sarah said:

‘I am equally excited and terrified to take on this personal and purposeful challenge. I will be taking every step for PCIT, its current and future members, and it is my way of raising awareness of Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease.

Please consider sponsoring me to take on this huge challenge to help me support the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy, which is already so important to many people.  Thank you.’

How can you support Sarah?

If you would like to support Sarah by joining her to run a leg of her journey alongside her, please contact and we can put you in touch.

You can also make a donation to her Just Giving page to champion this vital cause.

When will Sarah be in your town?

Monday 27 May: Winchester to Upper Froyle

Tuesday 28 May: Upper Froyle to Guildford

Wednesday 29 May: Guildford to South Croyden

Thursday 30 May: South Croyden to Rochester

Friday 31 May: Rochester to Charing

Saturday 1 June: Charing to Canterbury

Find out more about the Parkinson’s Centre for Integrated Therapy.