Faye Moodie takes on Dublin Marathon

Part of a fund-raising drive for Epilepsy Action

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Chiswick girl Faye Moodie is running the 26 mile Dublin marathon on the 25th October to raise money for Epilepsy Action.

She has suffered from Grand Mal epilepsy since her early teens, and has the condition under control after a particularly bad 2003. Epilepsy Action, formerly British Epilepsy Association (BEA), exists to improve the quality of life for people with epilepsy. The charity helps more than 315,000 people a year through a freephone helpline and a network of 120 branches.

The government add an extra 28% to each donation from taxpayers. Alternatively you can contact Faye on 07732 114 678.

As well as training for the marathon, Faye is also organising several mini-events to raise money in and around Chiswick. The last one on the calendar before the run is a Pub Quiz and Raffle at Juxta Base (formerly John Bull) on Chiswick High Road, on the 19th October 7.30pm.

They've got an amazing range of prizes donated by local business including , Hydrawash, Second Skin, That's Amore, Something Nice, Oliver Bonas, George IV (Headliners Comedy Club), Armstrong & Cuthbert, Banana Moon, Benetton, Mulberry, Maison Blanc, Chocolate Box and Dukes Meadow Golf Course.

The raffle tickets are already on sale at the pub for £1 each, quiz entry will be £1 per person. Anybody not present at the quiz to collect their raffle prize will still be contacted within 3 days.

October 6, 2004