Two Leeds charities have joined forces to create a unique doodle for this year’s National Doodle Day. Doodles the donkey, a resident at The Donkey Sanctuary, Eccup, has put hoof to paper and entered into the doodle fun. National Doodle Day, which took place on Friday 7 March, raises much needed funds for UK charity Epilepsy Action. This remarkable equine doodler has joined with well-known scribblers including Sir Michael Parkinson, Alan Titchmarsh, Joanna Lumley, Jackie Collins, Bill Nighy and Eddie Redmayne.
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Time is running out to sign up for the Epilepsy Action Bradford 10k road race on Sunday 16 March. Entries for the event, which raises money for Yeadon-based national charity Epilepsy Action, close on Thursday 13 March.
The runners will follow a 10k route, from Centenary Square to Frizinghall and back. The 2014 race sees a slight change in the route from previous years, resulting in a faster, flatter course. The route will be closed to all traffic. The course is suitable for first-time runners and elite runners looking to achieve a personal best time.
A stampede of reindeer is set to take over Saltaire this festive season, as Leeds-based national charity Epilepsy Action launches its annual Reindeer Stampede. The 5k festive family fun run will raise funds to help support the 50,000 people affected by epilepsy in Yorkshire.