Join other young people affected by epilepsy at Cattle Country Adventure Farm Park to have fun, make memories and share experiences.
This family fun evening will bring together children who have epilepsy to enjoy a whole range of farm themed activities with their families. Parents and carers can meet epilepsy healthcare professionals, Epilepsy Action volunteers and staff to find information and support.
Leave with a big smile on your face, a sense of achievement and knowing you are not alone.
Your child can forget about their epilepsy as they make friends and have fun, safe in the knowledge help is on hand..
- Get up close to the animals
- Bounce on the jumping pillows
- Combat the outdoor assault course
- Climb in the play barns
- Explore the little calves play area
Children will be encouraged to make the most of the activities available and participate safely. First aiders will be on hand at the event..
There will be information stalls and question and answers sessions with epilepsy specialist healthcare professions.
““It was amazing today and if you have epilepsy you should come!”
Child who attended an Epilepsy, my family and me event in 2018
“These events are thoughtfully organised with a great balance of information and opportunities to meet families facing similar challenges. I hope that young people and families will end the day feeling better informed and with a greater understanding how they can get the help and support that they need.”
Dr Ingram Wright, Consultant neuropsychologist and Head of Neuropsychology Department at University Hospitals Bristol
Come join us!
Open to all children with epilepsy under the age of 18 and their families. Places are limited. Booking is essential. £5 booking fee per adult, children free
Parents and carers need to be at the event all day. They must stay with and supervise their children while they participate in the activities in the park.
Please bring along your own packed tea for the family. Drinks will be provided.
Please wear suitable clothing.
To find out more, contact Mark McDaid at Epilepsy Action.
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