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We are very grateful to every single person who helps raise funds and awareness of our work, thank you

Our supporters really are an incredible bunch and have undertaken marathons, hikes, swimming and cycling events, organised cake and car boot sales, held parties, dances, ceilidh's, quizzes, bingo nights, race events and even jumped out of planes, off a crane and down a giant zip slide and so much more in our name. It's safe to say our supporter's imaginations know no limits!

Here's just a little taster of what some of our recent supporters have been doing...

L.K. Bennett

Thank you to the lovely ladies at L.K. Bennett, George Street in Edinburgh for inviting us along to hold a 20% shopping discount evening. Epilepsy Scotland guests were treated to an exclusive shopping event and fashion show, while enjoying some bubbly and tasty nibbles. Who says fundraising has to be hard work?



Smiley Faces Bake Sale

Alan Dakers organised a fantastic Bake Sale with the help of Reverend Brown and children from the Murrayfield Parish Church Sunday Club. The children decorated home-made biscuits with bright smiley faces to celebrate Holy Week. We would like to say a big thanks to Alan, Reverend Brown, the members of the Sunday Club and the congregation of the Murrayfield Parish Church for helping to raise £164.91 towards Epilepsy Scotland's services in Edinburgh.



Aunty Jackie races ahead for the Lighthouse Youth Project

We are delighted to announce that Jackie Jones has once again completed the epic London Marathon in style. She raised over £2,688 towards our Lighthouse Youth Project and shaved a jaw-dropping half an hour off her personal best. Jackie's inspiration was her niece Amy, who attends Epilepsy Scotland's youth group in Edinburgh. No doubt Amy is very proud of her energetic aunty!



St Bartholomew’s Nursery

The Nursery Class in Coatbridge got into the swing of things for Purple Day 2011 – organising a sponsored walk (and wearing purple, of course!). Everyone had a great day and raised a whopping £968.50. The pupils favourite part of the day? All the tasty purple snacks!