Focus on fundraisers
Nigel Hopwood recently walked the entire Pennine Way for Epilepsy Research UK and we’re delighted to have received £2,473.75 The Pennine Way starts in Edale in Derbyshire’s Peak District and finishes in Kirk Yetholm, just over the border in Scotland, covering an official 256 miles, or probably more when you take into account the bits off route to and from accommodation. Nigel read more
This Saturday 22nd August a Charity Booksale is taking place at Zorita’s Kitchen, Broken Wharf House, 2 Broken Wharf, London EC4V 3DT. Organised by ERUK supporter Liz Latunji the sale will take place from 12 noon through to about 4pm. Do come along if you are in the area!
Congratulations! Well done to everyone who took part in the Prudential Ride London Surrey at the weekend – what a day! Here are a selection of the photos… for all the photos from the day see Facebook ! To take part in the Ride London 2016 check back on our events page here, you can guarantee your place for next read more
James Byron, Moswen Brooks, Ben Hulme-Cross and Lee Netherton, supported by Alice Byron, are embarking on their very own Great Glen Triathlon, in memory of James and Alice’s baby son, Arthur. “At the beginning of July we will attempt to complete a ‘Great Glen Triathlon’ in one week. The Great Glen is a sequence of lochs and rivers that cuts read more
Lorraine Hughes-Gage dedicated 2014, her 60th year, to raise money for research in memory of her daughter, Lucy Jane Brooks. Here she recalls some of the highlights of her year. “Lucy was a charismatic person whose lust for life charmed all those who met her and made her many, many friends. Lucy was always positive and never let her epilepsy read more
ALL ABOARD! 24 HOUR CHARITY TRAMATHON AT SEATON TRAMWAY A 24 hour Tramathon took place in Seaton in May to raise money for charity. For 24 hours continuously, a special tram departed Seaton Terminus and raised raised £1825.84 for 4 charities, Prostate Cancer UK, Cancer Research UK, Marie Curie Cancer Care and Epilepsy Research UK. Dave Rawlings, long standing supporter read more