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ST Piers Go Karts

St Piers students lap up new Go Karts

On Friday 23 June Young Epilepsy hosted the launch of new Go Karts, which were funded by various donors.

The Go Karts, located at St Piers in Lingfield, are available for all children at the school and college to use.

Among the donors in attendance were former Tandridge Council leader, Pat Cannon and his wife Jill, David Hodges and his wife Christine – Hodges house is named after him. Kevin Potter also attended, along with members of the St Sylvan’s Area Charity Fund.

Vicki Kennedy, Director of Fundraising and External Relations, said:

I’d like to thank all of those who have donated. These Go Karts will go a long way in fulfilling the lives of young people here at St Piers, by boosting their physical activities and enjoying them through play.

Read more about school facilities, incl. go kart track

Feedback from parents

Quote Icon My grandson has a severe epileptic condition. He has Lennox Gaustaut syndrome and difficult to control seizures. He can have many seizures throughout day and night. He was attending a special needs school but when he became the age of 16-17 years they could not meet his medical needs or physical needs. It was discussed that he would benefit from going to Young Epilepsy. How lucky he is to go there. It is an absolute school of excellence. He does and goes places that I never thought he would do. The heads, the teachers and all professional people are there to give and help with advice, care, and the vast experience of epilepsy. He cooks, swims, canoeing, archery and lots more. He is very happy and so am I. I do not worry about him as I have every confidence in everyone at the Young Epilepsy.
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