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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 fundraising@sudep.org.
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We want MuchLoved to be a collaborative partnership. Our role as the MuchLoved team is to listen and respond to your suggestions and feedback so that we can improve the service for you.

If you need any help or have an idea or suggestion please feel free to contact us using the contact form below:

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The MuchLoved Charitable Trust
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Buckinghamshire
HP6 5BD

MuchLoved is the working name of The MuchLoved Charitable Trust which is a UK Registered Charity (No. 1118590). The work of the Trust would not have been possible without the input of time, ideas, money and hard work by our supporters. We thank you for your generous support.

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