The Howe Outdoor Gym and Games Area, was officially opened by Lady Howe on the 13 September, in honour of Lord Howe who was the Life President of Young Epilepsy, and dedicated over 40 years to the charity.
On the opening day of the games, para-cyclist Megan Gilia won gold in the women’s individual pursuit race in her first Paralympics.
We are giving our supporters the chance to win a hardback copy of ‘A Smell of Burning’, the story of epilepsy, written by author Colin Grant.
Dai Greene is a Welsh hurdler who specialised in the 400 metre hurdles event and competed internationally for both Wales and Great Britain.
The Government has pledged additional funding to enable young people with special educational needs to access apprenticeships.
In our Olympic Series article last week we revealed GB diver, Chris Mears, had experienced a seven-hour non-epileptic seizure after a significant injury that left him fighting for his life.
Over the weekend (13-14 August), Great Britain added a few more medals to our trophy case, ranking us second overall.
Last night (10 August), Great Britain jumped up the medal table to 9th place after the help of British divers, Chris Mears and Jack Laugher. The pair claimed victory in the men's synchronised 3m springboard for Team GB at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Young Epilepsy connect worker Sameera blogs about her great day out with her support group at Go Ape in Leeds Castle.