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  • A very Personal Story by MMT's co- Founder, Ann Maxwell.

    25 Nov 2014

    What it feels likeā€¦to have a brain tumour.

  • Up the Road to Stirling

    25 Nov 2014

    Our Monday morning began with a trip to Stirling to visit Stirling High School and Forth Valley College.

  • The Ultimate Feat

    24 Nov 2014

    We are in awe of Tom Fergusson loyal supporter of the Trust who dared to climb to the tip of Mont Blanc for children with epilepsy.

  • Return to Loretto

    23 Nov 2014

    One year after my first visit to Loretto School in Musselburgh, as part of our MORE campaign, I was invited back to a school assembly for a cheque presentation in support of the Trust's work.

  • My Epilepsy Story - Muir Maxwell Trust, Published in Epilepsia

    18 Nov 2014

  • In memory of Lynda Bellingham

    20 Oct 2014

    A beautiful lady dies. Rest in peace Lynda. You will be sorely missed. Such grace, poise and kindness.

  • Letter to Editors

    16 Oct 2014

    Our co-founder and volunteer fundraiser's letter highlighting the desperate need for additional support for the learning disabled featured in a number of national newspapers today, including the Scotsman, Herald and Edinburgh Reporter.

  • Musselburgh Congregational Church Women's Fellowship Group

    15 Oct 2014

    Musselburgh Congregational Church is the oldest church building in Musselburgh, tucked away behind Brunton Hall where, as a young School girl I performed on my clarinet as part of the Edinburgh secondary Schools Jazz Band. So tucked away is this church th

  • Back to Porty!

    13 Oct 2014

    Our Mum On the Run for Epilepsy (MORE) campaign began at Portobello High School (Porty) over a year ago. This is our third visit. Once again I gave a 'fast' talk to approximately 200 16 year olds, sharing with them my personal story and details of the wor

  • My First Ever PROBUS Club

    13 Oct 2014

    PROBUS was originally sponsored by Rotary Clubs and were set up in the UK in 1965 for retired Professional Business men. Dalgety Bay PROBUS was formed in 1983 and has almost 100 members. A Dalgety Bay Ladies PROBUS has just been established too with 45 me

  • Murder at the Honours

    15 Sep 2014

    On Thursday night in Edinburgh a murder was committed at Martin Wishart's The Honours. Although guests of the Muir Maxwell Trust were there at the invitation of Trust founders, Ann and Jonny Maxwell, to enjoy an exquisite five course tasting menu donated

  • Scottish Families managing a child with epilepsy, might wish to attend a lecture by Dr Richard Chin

    14 Sep 2014

    The lecture will form part of the Medical Detective series on epilepsy & will include:

  • Moorfoot and Heriot Primary School

    11 Sep 2014

    A gentle 'back to school' for me with a visit to two lovely primary schools in Midlothian and the Borders on Friday 5th September - Moorfoot and Heriot. In fact, I was meant to be attending a Princes Trust fundraising ladies lunch at Prestonfield House t

  • Point of Light Award for MMT's Co Founder

    19 Aug 2014

    Today Ann Maxwell, co founder of the Muir Maxwell Trust and mother of Muir Maxwell the charity's namesake, received UK Prime Minister, David Cameron's 89th Point of Light Award for her work with the Muir Maxwell Trust.

  • Breaking News - Pier to Pier Walk in Aid of MMT

    30 May 2014

    Mandy Mulford has organised a pier to pier walk in aid of MMT on Sat 31 May. Please read the story and watch the heart- rending film made by Mandy, mother to Alexander who has Dravet Syndrome.

  • Medical Marijuana - A Key to a Treatment for Epilepsy

    27 May 2014

    Read the article in full at 'Medscape Medical News'.

  • Our first college!

    26 May 2014

    Thanks to Mary McEwan for the opportunity to speak to her students (all women) about the Muir Maxwell Trust. Many of Mary's students will go on to work with children or perhaps even pursue a career in social services and therefore I think the information

  • Raploch Community Campus, Stirling

    26 May 2014

    We received a very warm welcome from Head teacher Maureen Howie. This is an interesting school campus in Stirling that comprises Our Lady's RC Primary School alongside and indeed, under the same roof as Castleview which is a school for children with speci