Events -Other Branch Activities

How to find us

Local Contacts

If you’d like to find out more about our branch, the work we do, how to join us or get involved, then we’d like to hear from you.

Please contact:

Public Relations officer and accredited volunteer,

David  - Telephone 0114 230 2151

“I have been involved with Epilepsy Action for nearly 30 years, ever since our son started with epilepsy.  He still has the occasional seizure so I am well aware of all the anxieties that parents face.  I will talk to anyone,who will listen, about epilepsy. “

Branch Secretary and accredited volunteer,

Maureen - Telephone 0114 296 7892

My name is Maureen Taylor and I am secretary of the Sheffield branch of Epilepsy Action, I also have been a member of the group for nearly 30 years.

My background is in Psychiatric Nursing which I have been doing for over 45 years and I also have epilepsy which has been controlled for many years now.

Click here to learn more about accredited volunteers.

Branch Chairman

Duncan - Telephone 0114 235 2197

“I am not an accredited volunteer, but have read widely over 20 years on the topic as a layman.  I help where I can.  My epilepsy is largely controlled now.”

Or contact us by e-mail at

Please be patient, we cannot respond to e-mails immediately.

Or just come along to one of our branch meetings or drop-in chat sessions.

Please phone or e-mail for postal address, if needed.

Epilepsy Action is the working name of the British Epilepsy Association

British Epilepsy Association is a registered charity ( Registration  in England No. 234343) and a company Limited by Guarantee (Registered in England No. 797997).

Registered Office: New Anstey House, Gate Way Drive, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7XY, United Kingdom.

Tel. 0113 2108800 Fax. 0113 391 0300 e-mail

Freephone Helpline 0808 8005050

Epilepsy Action

Epilepsy Action Sheffield

Monthly Meetings

Useful Information &  links

for Sheffield



David and Maureen jointly won the Epilepsy Action Hilary Figg Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018 in recognition of their dedication and service to people with epilepsy.