Lingfield-based epilepsy charity, Young Epilepsy, has been forced to take drastic action to stop up to 40 students who use wheelchairs from being injured.
The charity has banned the use of wheelchairs on St Piers Lane, which is the main entrance to and from its campus, due to the increasingly poor state of the road surface.
Huge congratulations and a massive thank you to our amazing London marathon runners!
After the roaring success of last year, places are filling up fast for our next Parents and Families conference, which is being held on Saturday 3 July from 9.30 – 17.30 at the Ramada Manchester Piccadilly Hotel in the heart of Manchester. We will again be running some fantastic workshops and have key speakers and other specialists available on the day to give plenty of good advice and help to attendees.
At only £15 per adult and £10 per 12-18 year old, this really is a day not to be missed!
Grab an oar and paddle to victory for Young Epilepsy in the Funraisers Dragon Boat Racing Festival 2010!
The first downloadable DVD resource to explain what life is like for people using epilepsy medication is now available on YouTube. Entitled
Taking the tablets, this new DVD answers many common questions that newly-diagnosed individuals want to know about anti-epileptic drugs (AEDs).
The Fundraising Team is delighted to announce that
A Night at the Opera, which took place on Saturday 27 February 2010 at the Ashdown Park Hotel with more than 100 guests in attendance, raised over £10,000 for Young Epilepsy.
Lingfield’s Sure Start Children’s Centre has announced that it has achieved
full core status only two years after opening.
Full core status is a term of recognition from the government which shows that the centre is offering the local community, in Lingfield and the surrounding areas, a fully comprehensive set of family support services and information and advice.