Historic Falkirk house will be changing colour for a good cause

Callendar House will be one of Scotland's famous buildings and landmarks turning an attractive shade of purple to raise awareness for epilepsy this month.

Wednesday, 17th March 2021, 11:31 am

Callendar Park’s eye catching structure be illuminated by purple lights for Epilepsy Scotland’s Purple Day on Friday, March 26.

Every year the charity to get politicians, business leaders, schools, health professionals and members of the public to think and talk about epilepsy and help raise money for those living with the condition.

Epilepsy Scotland is also asking people to wear purple on the March 26 to raise awareness of epilepsy and donate £3 to the charity by texting PURPLEDAY to 70450.

Falkirk's historic Callendar House will be bathed in purple light later this month to highlight epilepsy

They are also encouraging people to sign up to a Purple Day 5K and either walk, jog, run, or even hop to help raise money for the Scottish epilepsy charity, so it can continue to support the 55,000 people living with epilepsy in Scotland.

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