They were driven up to the top of the Beacon by Simon Millest, a senior instructor at the Land Rover Experience, where they were greeted by Bruce Bannister-Harding, former president of Malvern Rotary.
Therapist Clare Grennan, who accompanied them on the ascent, said: “The access partnership makes it possible for disabled people to enjoy the Malvern Hills, something that most of us take for granted.
"It is an excellent illustration of the way that industry, local government and charities can work together to great effect. Parkinson’s disease, like other long-term neurological conditions isolates individuals and often their families too. This is why working together is so important and rewarding."
John Redmond

Mr Redmond said: "I have not been up there in years and I thought I’d never get up there again to enjoy the view.”