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of everyone affected by epilepsy

May 2011

The Council of Management met for the third time this year on Tuesday 17 May at New Anstey House in Leeds. The routine business part of the meeting was carried out in 90 minutes to allow time for Council to continue its review of the charity’s future strategy. To do this, Council members were joined by the senior managers of the charity.

Members considered the results so far of the various consultations that have been taking place. So far over 3,000 interested people have given their views about epilepsy and about Epilepsy Action. This has created an enormous amount of information and ideas which the Council will take into account as it decides the future direction and priorities of the charity.

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