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My Story: London Marathon team 2015

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Everyone’s epilepsy story is unique, and sharing your story helps others know they are not alone.

These are inspiring stories; of being diagnosed, over-coming challenges, fundraising and much, much more. Please share your story too.

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A professor from Penrith is lacing up his running shoes to complete this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon. Professor Gus Baker will take on the gruelling 26.2 mile run on Sunday 26 April to...

Penrith

A Leeds man, recently diagnosed with epilepsy, is lacing up his running shoes to complete this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon. Joe Townsend will take on the challenging 26.2 mile run on...

Leeds

Geoffrey Streatfeild is lacing up his running shoes to complete this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon. The actor, along with his three brothers, Luke, Roland and Richard, will take on the...

London

Graphic designer, Gavin is running the marathon for the first time. “I have proudly been selected to be part of the ‘Action Heroes Team’ to run for the nationwide charity. Out of 40,000 runners, I...

Tavistock

An epilepsy specialist nurse at the Princess of Wales and Neath Port Talbot hospitals, Lisa says, “I have decided to set myself some challenges for my 50th birthday year. This will be my 14th...

Port Talbot

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