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Welcome to the Epilepsy Awareness Event

In conjunction with Epilepsy Action

Raising Funds in aid of Epilepsy Action

About Epilepsy

The overall risk of dying for people with epilepsy is 1.6 to 3 times higher than for people without epilepsy.

What is Epilepsy

Epilepsy is one of the most common serious neurological conditions in the world. It affects around 600,000 people in the UK.

Epilepsy is a condition that is defined by multiple seizures. Epilepsy is a seizure disorder!

How many people are affected?

Almost 1 in 100 people in the UK have epilepsy. Around 87 people are diagnosed with epilepsy in the UK every day.

How do seizures happen?

When there is a sudden excessive electrical discharge that disrupts the normal activity of the nerve cells, a seizure may result. Seizures cause a change in function or behaviour.

More about seizures

Most seizures end on their own and don't cause serious problems.

During some seizures, people can injure themselves, develop other medical problems, or have a life-threatening emergency.

Event Routes - 2020

Route 1

Route 1

Tatu to Paldaski Ferry Port

973 Miles

Route 2

Route 2

Kepellskar Ferry Port to Kiel Stokes

1144 Miles

Route 3

Route 3

Kile Stokes to Duisburg LKW

1159 Miles

Route 4

Route 4

Duisburg LKW to Le Havre Nos Paturage

1200 Miles

Route 5

Route 5

Le Havre Nos Paturage to Strasburg WGCC

1190 Miles

Route 6

Route 6

Strasburg WGCC to Milan Cargotras

1026 Miles

Route 7

Route 7

Milan Coargotas to Venice LKW

1050 Miles

Route 8

Route 8

Venice LKW to Linz ITCC

1096 Miles

Route 9

Route 9

Linz ITCC to Lublin LKW

1109 Miles

Route 10

Route 10

Lublin LKW to Kaunas Sprema

1146 Miles

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