lloyds teamLloyds Team at work The Scottish Epilepsy Centre would like to give their most grateful thanks to Janice Webster, Senior Manager Reconciliations & Dianne Keith, Senior Manager, Group Disability Programme and their teams from Lloyds Banking Group. The teams fundraised and participated in a corporate volunteer day to develop and enhance the environment for the outpatient service.

The effort of the 12 volunteers has transformed the environment for the 200 outpatients who use the Centre annually. The teams travelled from London, Birmingham, Dundee and Glasgow and their efforts are much appreciated. This is the second time the teams from Lloyds have supported the Centre, having previously refurbished 2 patient rooms.

lloyds team

Thanks also to Brian Mawer, Travis Perkins, Muirend Branch for their support by donating a significant amount of decorating material for the team to use on the day.

Here is Janice & Dianne and their teams with Clare McDade and Maureen Watson from the Scottish Epilepsy Centre.

Comments from the team:

 “We had a fantastic time at Quarriers and were delighted with the difference we made by the end of the day. Whilst there was a lot of work involved, we all had a great time raising funds to purchase the material required and then completing the work.”

 “As Quarriers depend on donations to allow them to continue to deliver practical help and advice to their patients every day, we were delighted to return for a second year in a row.”

Herald News

Quarriers recently ran a supplement in The Herald, within it there was an article on Epilepsy and the Scottish Epilepsy Centre. Click here to view the pdf file.

Patient Participation

Our Patient Participation Strategy is now available online in both standard and Easy Read formats.

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