Sue is a much-loved, respected physiotherapy technical instructor at the Princess Royal Day Hospital who approaches her work with enthusiasm and laughter. For over 15 years Sue has been a dedicated volunteer for the local branch of the Parkinson's Society. Last year, at the age of 60, Sue became the chairman of the branch and has worked tirelessly to ensure that the branch remains the active, thriving and supportive group that it has become. Sue has organised afternoon tea on the Bluebell Railway, walks, discos, Race nights, and regular inspirational talks. The Branch also arranges and funds a respite lunch for carers at a local pub whilst Sue and a few volunteers care for branch members. Sue has ensured that the branch is not just about fund-raising or entertainment. The most enriching aspect is the support that members and carers give each other. Sue is fundamental to the ethos of the group and her compassionate approach, alongside her zest for life and sense of humour, are inspiring to people suffering from this challenging illness. It would be wonderful if Sue's contribution could be acknowledged. She is one of life's 'givers', having run Cubs and Girl's Brigade, is a member of the British Legion and ready to stand in all weathers with a collection box or go on a night hike to support a local hospice. However, it is Sue's role as a devoted champion for people diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease and their families that Sue really deserves recognition.