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Fraser Beattie

Fraser's End 2 End For Epilepsy

Cycling from John O’Groats to Lands End for Epilepsy Scotland because I have epilepsy

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Epilepsy Scotland

Since 1954 Epilepsy Scotland has provided advice, information, support and services for people in Scotland who have epilepsy, their families and carers. We are a lifeline for people who need information and advice, training and literature. Call our freephone helpline on 0808 800 2200.

Charity Registration No. SC000067

Story

Well, here I go again. In July 2017 I cycled from Lands End to John O’Groats for Epilepsy Scotland and managed to raise a massive £2,500 for the charity. So, in July 2019 I’ll be undertaking the return leg from John O’Groats to Lands End. 

After raising £2,500 last time round let’s try and smash that target this time. I was diagnosed with epilepsy a few years ago following my 3rd seizure in 2014. Epilepsy is more than just fits. I’ve experienced anxiety and depression along with stress and fears of other seizures. Many people have this condition and have it a lot, lot worse than me. I want to show people that having epilepsy doesn’t mean you have to stop living and that you can still achieve what you put your mind to. I’ve been refused work many times including being discharged from the army and refused work as a stand by fire fighter. There are many things I can’t do because of epilepsy but cycling the length of the UK isn’t one of them. So please follow my story and make a donation to Epilepsy Scotland and help others who have to live with this condition everyday.

Follow me and my journey on Facebook by looking up End2end for Epilepsy.

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