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Latest Events

Latest Events

  • Saturday 25 April 2015 - 11:00
    The Picton Centre, Freemens Way, Haverfordwest, SA61 1UG, United Kingdom

    Join us for a workshop for people and their families who have a new diagnosis of epilepsy or want to learn more and meet other with the condition (11am-3pm)

    The aims of this workshop are:

    • To gain knowledge on the diagnosis, treatment and management of epilepsy
    • How you can work with your doctor for the best possible outcome
    • To learn from others how they have coped with a diagnosis of epilepsy
    • To gain knowledge on the social aspects of living with epilepsy and the support available from Epilepsy Action.

  • Thursday 30 April 2015 - 19:00
    10 North Parade, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 3HT, United Kingdom

    Al is kindly letting one of the bar staff host a charity event at the Dime Bar. It's free entry all night and should be lots of fun!

    We've got music from lots of local artists such as Dave McKinley, The Abiders, The Jacques, The Yum, and The Escapades!!!!!!!

  • Saturday 16 May 2015 - 11:00
    Bournemouth Pier , Pier Approach, Bournemouth , Dorset , BH2 5AA, United Kingdom

    Epilepsy Action's sponsored walks have been revamped for 2015. Supporters are now invited to either organise their own Walk for Epilepsy or join one organised by a fellow supporter.

    Our organised walk

    Our walk is between the Boscombe & Bournemouth piers (5km). We invite anybody to share the fun.

    If you are not able to take part in a sponsored walk organised by Epilepsy Action supporters then I hope you will be able to sponsor a person participating in the walk.

  • Is an Epilepsy Action run event.
    Friday 22 May 2015 - 10:00
    The Sony Theatre, Bridgend College, Cowbridge Road, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan, CF31 3DF, United Kingdom

    Come along to the Epilepsy Explained event in Bridgend.

    Friday 22 May 2015 from 10.00am till 12.00pm

  • Saturday 30 May 2015 - 10:00
    Royal Free Hospital , Pond Street , London, NW3 2QG, United Kingdom

    A workshop for people with epilepsy or anyone with an interest in the condition that aims to help people whose seizures are poorly controlled.

    Of the 600,000 people living with epilepsy in the UK, around 288,000 are still experiencing seizures. We estimate that with better treatment 108,000 more people could become seizure free.

    This event is part of our ongoing Seize Control Campaign, in support of people to ask for better treatment if their seizures are not controlled.

  • Saturday 20 June 2015 - 10:30
    King George V Playing Field, Peter Grant Way, Ferndown, Dorset, BH22 9EN, United Kingdom

    Set in the lovely setting of King George V Fields, it will raise much needed funds for many charities - one of which is Epilepsy Action.

  • Saturday 27 June 2015 - 10:00
    Ely Cathedral conference centre , Palace Green, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 4EW, United Kingdom

    Ely Seize Control Event

    Of the 600,000 people living with epilepsy in the UK, around 288,000 are still experiencing seizures. We estimate that with better treatment 108,000 more people could become seizure free. These events supports people to ask for better treatment if their seizures are not controlled.

    This event is part of our ongoing Seize Control Campaign.

  • Is an Epilepsy Action run event.
    Sunday 19 July 2015 (All day)
    Army Foundation College, Harrogate, HG3 2RU, United Kingdom
  • Sunday 2 August 2015 - 06:00
    Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, E20 2ST, United Kingdom
  • Saturday 5 September 2015 - 10:00
    The Riverfront, Kingsway, Newport, NP20 1HG, United Kingdom

    A workshop for people with epilepsy or anyone with an interest in the condition that aims to help people whose seizures are poorly controlled.

    Of the 600,000 people living with epilepsy in the UK, around 288,000 are still experiencing seizures. We estimate that with better treatment 108,000 more people could become seizure free.

    This event supports people to ask for better treatment if their seizures are not controlled, as part of our ongoing Seize Control Campaign.

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