Date: Wednesday 26 March 2014 Where: Worldwide What is Purple Day? Purple Day is an international day of epilepsy awareness which began as an idea by a young Candian girl, Cassady Megan. Cassady’s dream of a purple world for one day has taken off in style, last year here in the UK the Blackpool Tower was turned purple […]
Welcome to ESUK Christmas Market Space Many people with epilepsy and carers do their Christmas shopping online, we’ve put together a market space which will help us raise funds while you go about your usual gift grab for the big 25/12/13 Remember to shop via the links below and tell your friends and family to […]
Dress code: evening wear or Ventien costume: mask essential! You can also buy tickets online.
RE: Music FEST 15/09/13 To all concerned, Music F.E.S.T has been cancelled due to a mix up with the licence at the venue. It is very unfortunate that it should happen at this late stage but we can however confirm that a new venue and date is in the process of being arranged and the […]
Sallieann Gould and family will be running/walking the 10k Challenge! Thornbridge Hall, near the beautiful town of Bakewell on Saturday, 6th July 2013. The run/walk starts at midday on Saturday. The course 4k route – The course follows the Monsal Trail which is a public footpath accessible to all ages and abilities. It is relatively flat […]
Derek Mulhall and some other hard folk from Kepak are doing the Tough Mudder UK challenge to raise funds for Epilepsy Sucks UK. Tough Mudder® events are hardcore 10-12 mile obstacle courses designed by Speci…al Forces to test your all around strength, stamina, determination, and camaraderie. Only 78% of entrants successfully complete each challenge. As the […]CONTINUE READING →
Emergency care is important to help save the lives of children Researchers in Liverpool are asking parents for their help - If your child has been in critical care, they would like to interview you. The views of bereaved parents are especially important to inform how or whether such parents should be approached about research. […]CONTINUE READING →
The Oligoantigenic diet is used to eliminate food allergies as the cause of a particular illness. It has been used to treat Crohn’s disease, migraine and ADHD. But could it be used for the treatment of epilepsy? Egger J, Carter CM, Soothill JF, Wilson J. Department of Neurology, Hospital for Sick Children, London. 1989 studied […]CONTINUE READING →