A host of Easter bunnies are set to take over Heaton Park this Easter weekend for the first ever Epilepsy Action Easter Bunny Hop. The 5k family fun run will raise funds to help support people affected by epilepsy all over the UK. Around 26,000 people are living with the condition in Manchester.
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Tea lovers in Wirral are being invited to take a break and enjoy a cuppa and a slice of cake, all in the name of charity.
Wirral resident Linda Barr, whose son has epilepsy, is holding a National Tea and Cake Break, along with her family, to raise funds and awareness for Epilepsy Action. The charity aims to support the 13,400 people with epilepsy in Merseyside.
The family of a 19-month old toddler, who has epilepsy and until recently had up to seven seizures a day, are getting ready to pull on their walking shoes for charity.
Ethan Lee McPartlin, and his parents Marie Mace and Lee McPartlin, will put their best feet forward on a sponsored walk around Sefton Park, Liverpool on Saturday 2 November. The walk will raise vital funds for national charity Epilepsy Action, which provides advice and support to the 600,000 people with epilepsy in the UK.