Epilepsy Action, the UK's largest member-led epilepsy organisation, is holding a traditional Devon cream tea party, hosted by its Exeter Branch.
The cream tea event will take place on Saturday 10 September from midday until 3.00pm at St Sidwell’s Centre, St Sidwell’s Street, Exeter. Anyone with an interest in epilepsy is welcome. Exeter Branch has been set up to support local people with epilepsy, thanks to the work of local volunteers.
Mark McDaid, Epilepsy Action’s local services manager for south west England, said: “It would be great if people from Exeter came along for a cup of tea, a scone and a chat. We are also inviting people to tell us about the types of events and activities they would like to see the branch running. The event is open to everyone, and we will support those living with epilepsy. A traditional Devon cream tea is bound to be delicious!”
For more information about the Exeter Branch of Epilepsy Action, please contact Heather on 07952 426 902.
Epilepsy Action has an extensive network of branches throughout the UK. Branches hold regular meetings and offer a variety of social events and informative talks and discussions relating to epilepsy. Meetings offer the opportunity for people to share their experiences of living with epilepsy and help to raise awareness of the condition in the local community. They may also be of interest to families, friends and professional carers.
The branch meets on the second Wednesday of every month from 7.30pm at the Palace Gate Centre, South Street, Exeter.