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Set up in 2004 The Daisy Garland is a family-run, national, UK registered charity. Our aim is to offer help and support, in whatever way we can, to those whose lives are touched by drug resistant epilepsy.

We fund an increasing number of Ketogenic Dietitians in NHS hospitals across the UK and provide help with support equipment  for use at home.

Over the years we have helped hundreds of families with active support and advice. We hope that you too will find what you are looking for here on our website.

> More about Childhood Epilepsy
> More about the Ketogenic Diet
> More about the Modified Atkins Diet

In the UK over 60,000 children have epilepsy

The Daisy Garland Sponsors

The Daisy Garland is supported by many sponsors big and small - from corporate businesses through schools to individuals donating time or sometimes even pocket money.

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The ritz hotel logo TKMaxx Logo pommery champagne logo ted baker logo Elys logo net-a-porter logo Seasons Florists logo Pret A Manger logo M&S logo
Boden logo Portmeirion Pottery logo Jigsaw logo Monsoon logo Radley logo orla kiely logo Warren House Logo Goldcrest Logo Gucci logo
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Visit our sponsors page for more information.

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Epilepsy Charity News Please join us on 16th May to help us celebrate Daisy's 17th birthday and our 11th anniversary at the Daisy Garland Ball and Auction, to be held at Warren House, Kingston-upon-Thames. Please contact us now to reserve your tickets and get your dancing shoes on!!
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