The UK’s largest builder’s trade organisation, The Federation of Master Builders, celebrated Christmas in style as they hosted their annual ball in support of Young Epilepsy.
Over 200 students and staff from FE and School were invited to an exclusive performance of the spectacular pantomime "Dick Whittington" at Lingfield Park's Pavilion suite on Monday 1 December.
Young Epilepsy is looking for enthusiastic runners who have been offered their own place in the London Marathon and would like to join our friendly marathon team.
Runners who are looking to take part in one of the world’s most high profile marathons can flex their muscles for a good cause.
Young Epilepsy’s Communications Team arranged for Professor Helen Cross, The Prince of Wales's Chair in Childhood Epilepsy to appear on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour this week to talk about childhood epilepsy.
Young Epilepsy was announced as the first ever nominated charity of the year by Lingfield Park Racecourse (16 September).
Young Epilepsy teams will be battling it out to bring home the trophy in this year’s festival which takes place on Sunday 14 September as part of ‘Children’s Charities Sunday’. Young Epilepsy will be represented by nine teams who will be attempting to row their way to victory in the event which will feature over 30 teams competing in action packed races throughout the day.
Students danced the night away at their end-of-term summer ball – and sashayed their way down the red carpet to a starring role in their own ‘Oscars’ ceremony.
On 1 July 2008, John Penrose MP raised the subject of computer game regulation in Parliament after one of his constituents had approached him following her son’s seizure that occurred whilst playing a computer game.