The Freemasons of Surrey and their partners have gathered at the Nutfield Masonic Centre and donated £50,000 to Lingfield based national charity Young Epilepsy
Singer and tv personality Peter Andre is calling for everyone to nominate their ‘epilepsy champion’ for a prestigious award.
Join in the festive fun with Young Epilepsy and host a Jolly Jumper Day in aid of children and young people living with the condition in the UK.
A wealth of international opera stars will come together for a special one-off Christmas concert at St John’s Smith Square on 12 December 2013, in aid of Young Epilepsy – the UK’s only national charity dedicated to children and young people living with epilepsy.
Young Epilepsy has honoured a former war-time student, who left £100,000 to the charity in her will, by unveiling a commemorative plaque telling her story.
Internationally acclaimed DJ Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim, is to run the Royal Parks Half Marathon on Sunday 6 October to raise money for Young Epilepsy, the national charity dedicated to improving the lives of young people with the condition.
Young Epilepsy’s St Piers Farm, which offers work experience and personal development skills to students with severe epilepsy and other complex needs, is to officially reopen on 26 September 2013 in Lingfield, Surrey.
On the second day of the British International League Against Epilepsy Congress in Glasgow, Young Epilepsy announces the launch of a new educational campaign aimed at supporting parents and carers of children with epilepsy.
The Freemasons Grand Charity has helped Lingfield-based Young Epilepsy, by donating £50,000 towards its Epilepsy Education for Schools programme.