Everyone has seen an advert on a lamppost advertising a scrap car scam, but did you know that there is an ethical and environmental way to get rid of your unwanted car, whilst raising money for Young Epilepsy? Young Epilepsy has just partnered with Giveacar to launch an exciting new fundraising initiative that will pick up any vehicle, from anywhere in the UK for free – and we want you to be a part of it!
If you’re making a New Year’s Resolution this year, why not make a difference and help children with epilepsy while you’re doing it?
We are really pleased to announce that the 2010 Christmas Prize Draw was a resounding success and has raised £2,000 for Young Epilepsy – fantastic news!
let's lunchfor Young Epilepsy
Join the challenge and gather your favourite friends and catch up over a special Young Epilepsy Lunch.
Following his recent visit to Young Epilepsy campus Francis Maude MP for Horsham said,
Driving on to Young Epilepsy campus gave me a bit of a surprise - I simply hadn’t been expecting something on such a huge scale as the wonderful, spacious campus.
The new edition of the Voice is here! Inside you’ll find info about our latest books, training courses, campaigns, events and interviews with comedians, MPs and more as well student stories and Young Epilepsy news! We hope you enjoy it.
MPs from across the UK are being urged to change the lives of people with epilepsy by supporting a Ten Minute Rule Bill in Parliament tomorrow (Wednesday 24 November 2010).
Epilepsy charity The Young Epilepsy (Young Epilepsy) has won a national building award this week for its state of the art Neville Childhood Epilepsy Centre.
The Centre opened in November 2009 on Young Epilepsy’s Lingfield campus. It is the only specialist paediatric epilepsy centre in the UK and hosts medical, nursing, diagnostic and rehabilitation services for under 19s with epilepsy and other neurological conditions. It is also the base for a coordinated programme of research with the Institute of Child Health at University College London.
The Young Epilepsy is delighted to host Mind the Gap 2011 under the direction of Professor Brian Neville on Thursday 3 February 2011, 9am to 5pm.
TRIPLE WHAMMYFACED BY 60,000
Young Epilepsy today welcomed the latest Coronation Street storyline about 19 year-old David Platt being diagnosed with epilepsy - and highlighted the triple whammy facing young people with the condition.