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Portsmouth Spinnaker Tower to turn purple for Young Epilepsy

Young Epilepsy supporters Wayne and Crystal Canning are turning Spinnaker Tower purple tomorrow, (Wednesday 29 November), to raise awareness of Young Epilepsy.

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BBC epilepsy animation series wins a Children’s BAFTA!

Children’s animation series ‘I Can’t Go To School Today’, which featured Summer’s Story has won a British Academy of Film and Television (BAFTA) Children’s Award at a ceremony in London.

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Black Friday

Brace yourselves…Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas shopping is coming!

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Your essential checklist for a safe skiing holiday

Young Epilepsy Blogger, Tori Standing, shares her top tips before booking that all important winter sports holiday.

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Ross Rickshaw Challenge

Determination and heart are driving Ross on his challenge

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Mother shares her honest review on Casualty epilepsy storyline

Lisa Thurston, mum of Young Epilepsy Inspiration Champion Award winner 2015, Owen Thurston, shares her thoughts on Casualty’s recent episode, which explored a young man deciding on epilepsy brain surgery as well as experiencing a seizure.

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Remembrance Day: Lest we forget

Today, (Friday 11 November), is Armistice Day, commonly known as Remembrance Day.

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Young Epilepsy supports petition for school support

Young Epilepsy are supporting a petition to raise awareness of schools’ duties to support children with medical conditions.

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Funds flow in for River Thames Half Marathon runners!

Team Beth have successfully completed the River Thames Half Marathon and managed to raise an incredible £6,100 in the process.

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Casualty airs epilepsy brain surgery story

Saturday’s (5 November) episode of BBC One’s Casualty followed the story of a 15-year-old teenage boy called Reece who experienced a tonic clonic seizure on his way into town after escaping his residential school to go on a date with Becca.

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