helpline 01494 601 400
enquiries 01494 601 300

contact us

To contact us online please use one of the forms below.

Please note we are unable to respond to enquiries of a personal nature. If you have a question about epilepsy or related issues, please either phone our helpline or write to us. If you have an enquiry about your medication or treatment, please seek the advice of your own neurologist or GP.

Fundraising contact form

Contact us through this form for everything fundraising. This includes FAQs on events, donations and updating your details.

Training contact form

Contact us for any enquiries on our various training course. We also have FAQs on what training we offer and how long your certification lasts.

Medical appointments

Here you can find telephone numbers to contact our inpatients and outpatients departments.

Volunteering with us

Contact us about volunteering opportunities. We also have FAQs on what the application process entails and how long you can volunteer for.

Job enquiry form

Contact us about jobs opportunities. We also have information on DBS and how to apply to work for Epilepsy Society.

Care homes enquiry form

Contact us to enquire about one of care homes. We also have FAQs on age range and criteria.

Website feedback form

We always welcome feedback on our website so we can improve the experience for the user. You can also use this form to request referral links with us.

Become a media contact

Would you be able to help us raise awareness of epilepsy by sharing your story through the media?

Comments and complaints

Please complete this form if you wish to make a complaint.

Update your details

To inform us of a change of address, telephone number or email address or to change your mailing preferences please update your profile.  

Telephone us

General enquiries: 01494 601 300

Helpline: 01494 601 400 (national call rate)
Daytime: Monday and Tuesday 9am - 4pm
Extended hours: Wednesday: 9am - 7.30pm
Email: fromthehelpline@epilepsysociety.org.uk

Write to us

Our postal address is: Epilepsy Society, Chesham Lane, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire, SL9 0RJ, UK

How to find us

Directions

From M25 South

Leave motorway at Junction 16 (M40) and head for London. Take first exit on M40, signposted A40/A412.
At roundabout, head for Gerrards Cross on A40.
After three sets of traffic lights take the right hand fork onto the A413 to Amersham. Carry on across two roundabouts. Four hundred yards after second roundabout, turn right into Rickmansworth Lane, signposted Hornhill/Chalfont Common.
Take fourth turning on left – Monument Lane. At the end of Monument Lane, the main entrance to Epilepsy Society is straight ahead. Epilepsy Society reception is up the short drive in front of you.

From M25 North

Leave motorway at Junction 18 and head west towards Little Chalfont/Amersham on A404/Amersham Rd past Clement Danes School on left and Van Hage Garden Centre on right. As the road slows and before you get to Little Chalfont village turn left at signposted road called Church Grove which leads straight into Lodge Lane. At the little crossroads continue straight over into Roughwood Lane. Turn left at B4442/Nightingales Lane. Then turn left at Deadhearn Lane. Turn left at Gorelands Lane and then turn right at Chesham Lane. Continue on Chesham Lane and Epilepsy Society is on your left. Epilepsy Society's reception is up the short drive in front of you. 

From M40 (Birmingham/Oxford)

Leave motorway at Junction 2 and follow signs for A40 Gerrards Cross. Left at traffic lights on B416 through village centre to roundabout. Take first exit A413 to Amersham. Carry on across one roundabout. Four hundred yards after roundabout, turn right into Rickmansworth Lane, signposted Hornhill/Chalfont Common.
Take fourth turning on left – Monument Lane. At the end of Monument Lane, the main entrance to Epilepsy Society is straight ahead. Epilepsy Society's reception is up the short drive in front of you.

From A40 (London)

Leave A40 at Junction 1 as it becomes M40 – signposted Slough, Rickmansworth and Amersham. Follow signs towards Gerrards Cross and after three sets of traffic lights take the right hand fork onto the A413 to Amersham. Carry on across two roundabouts. Four hundred yards after second roundabout, turn right into Rickmansworth Lane, signposted Hornhill/Chalfont Common.
Take fourth turning on left – Monument Lane. At the end of Monument Lane, the main entrance to Epilepsy Society is straight ahead. Epilepsy Society's reception is up the short drive in front of you.

A413 from South (London/Oxford)

Four hundred yards after second roundabout, turn right into Rickmansworth Lane, signposted Hornhill/Chalfont Common.
Take fourth turning on left – Monument Lane. At the end of Monument Lane, the main entrance to Epilepsy Society is straight ahead. Epilepsy Society's reception is up the short drive in front of you.

A413 from North (Amersham)

Turn left into Misbourne Avenue (by bus stop at end of long straight). Turn right at T junction onto Chesham Lane. Turn first left into Epilepsy Society's main entrance (only a few yards from Misbourne Avenue). Epilepsy Society's reception is up the short drive in front of you.

By public transport

Nearest tube: Amersham or Chalfont & Latimer on the Metropolitan Line and then by taxi.
Nearest railway station: Gerrards Cross on Chiltern Line from London Marylebone, and then by taxi from the station. Alternatively there is a limited bus service from the station to Chalfont Common (five minutes walk to Epilepsy Society).
National train booking and information line number: 08457 484950 

Taxi services

Chalfont Taxis:  01753 893131
Rely-on Car Hire: 01753 885645
Gilbert Taxis: 01494 771000 
A2Z Taxis: 01494 722722
Journey time from Gerrards Cross station by taxi is five minutes. Journey time from Amersham station by taxi is 10 minutes.

Parking

Parking is free of charge at Epilepsy Society. There are two main car parks plus disability parking bays.

Booking transport

To book hospital transport please contact the Transport Department at UCLH on 0203 447 9699 or email transport.department@uclh.nhs.uk. Hospital transport is dependent on certain criteria and an assessment will be carried out to assess your eligibility.

Reclaiming transport costs

If you receive benefits you may be entitled to reclaim transport fares when visiting the Sir William Gowers Centre for an outpatient appointment. You will need to provide proof of benefits, along with your bank account details. The clinic receptionist will complete a form for you which will be passed onto our finance department for authorisation. If you qualify for reimbursement a bacs payment will be made directly into your bank account.