Focus on fundraisers
What About Media are making an independent feature film called About Her. You can read more about the film here. They are generously donating a percentage of the profits to epilepsy charities, of which Epilepsy Research UK is one. The film is about to go into production and they are looking for some further investment. If you would be interested read more
“Ross and I were delighted to make it to Ulan Bator. Whatever we expected when we left London on 18 July, the whole trip was a challenge in all sorts of ways and there were at least five occasions when I thought our attempt had failed. During the final week, driving across western Mongolia in a clapped-out car was a read more
“It was a fantastic experience and certainly had its challenges over the seven days. We walked on average about 7 hours a day over a variety of hilly terrain including glaciers, grass and volcanic rock before setting up camp, usually at about 500m above sea level. Iceland has truly spectacular scenery if almost surreal with its black volcanic landscape and read more
In this picture: Robert Kelley, Ken McAlpine, Barry McAlpine, Steve Calvert, Lee Calvert, Steven Homes, Ian Hughes, Paul Baxter, Michael Ward after having completed the Coast to Coast Cycle Ride from Whitehaven to Sunderland, in May 2009. They raised £1,567 for epilepsy research.
John and Michelle O’Neill organised a sponsored assault course at their local ‘Go Ape’ centre, to raise funds for Epilepsy Research UK. Along with various supermarket collections and raffles, they have raised a total of £1,303.47 in memory of their niece, Claire O’Neill.