aN action-packed fun day in Belper is aiming to help build a better future for people with epilepsy.
The Railway Hotel, on King Street, is hosting the event on Saturday, May 28, from midday onwards.
It has been organised by Louise Warman, 42, of Belper, who suffers from epilepsy.
There will be fun activities such as a bouncy castle and face-painting, as well as people taking part in sponsored head-shaves and leg-waxes, all in aid of Epilepsy Action.
In the evening there will be a live band, raffle, disco and games.
Also on the day, there will be a sponsored, optional fancy-dress, nine-mile walk from Matlock Bath to Belper, with the aim of arriving at the fun day at about 12.30pm.
Anyone is welcome to do the walk. Walkers will be catching the train from Belper station to Matlock Bath at 9am. Sponsorship forms are available from the pub.
Louise said that any form of fundraising is welcome, as long as it is done on or before the fun day.
She added: “Bring the family and enjoy the fun, because all proceeds go to a very good cause.”
Contact Louise on 07717 566354.