Are you struggling with a recent bereavement? Please call our support line on 01235 772852 or E-mail us

All new pages from May 2018 will receive a free SUDEP Action pin badge automatically by post. The badge image represents the five bereaved women who started the charity and all of the dedicated people who continue to support SUDEP Action to make every epilepsy death count. The linked arms are a simple but powerful expression of our unending support for the bereaved, dedication to raising awareness of epilepsy risks, and tacking all epilepsy related deaths.

If you set up a page prior to May 2018 and would like a free badge please get in touch. You can call us on 01235 772850 or email

About SUDEP Action

Your Memorial

Our memorial has been specially designed to offer you somewhere to celebrate the life of someone you have lost. This means you can leave a lasting tribute to someone, which family and friends can contribute to.

Simple to set up, you can upload photos, poems, videos, music and memories. Anyone can set one up and everyone can contribute their thoughts and memories.

If you want to, you can choose to create a memorial fund in memory of your loved one. Otherwise you can just use the garden as a place to remember the person you have lost.

If you do choose to raise funds in memory of your loved one, you can be confident that all the money will go directly to helping SUDEP Action in our vital work. We care for the bereaved and work with families and professionals to make change. Using research and awareness we strive to get the answers that will save lives.

Becky Scrivens

Becky Scrivens

For me, setting up an online memorial provides a public place where feelings and memories can be recorded. I know that other family members, our friends and Becky’s friends will really value that. I have always wanted something positive to come out of Becky’s death. Raising funds in Becky’s memory, to support the efforts of such a wonderful charity, has  felt like the right thing to do. In this way, I can support the charity’s work in preventing other fathers suffering a similar loss.”

Roger Scrivens