Kelvin Buxton-Davies has had to live with epilepsy for most of his adult life. He talks about how he is trying to raise awareness of the difficult neurological condition.
For the past 16 years Kelvin Buxton-Davies has rarely been shopping alone and has avoided nights out as best he can.
The 37-year-old was diagnosed with epilepsy in 1999 – a condition which has changed his life completely.
Kelvin, of Longton, had to give up driving or using buses to avoid a seizure in public.
Now he wants to dispel some of the myths surrounding epilepsy in a bid to raise awareness of the condition.