A mother whose son died in his sleep from a condition that is not yet properly understood is fighting for answers.
Stephen McClelland was only 38 when he died in 2010 from sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP).
Now his mother Chris Jeans, who stays in Mid Calder, is campaigning for more research into the condition.
She attended a reception at 10 Downing Street, hosted by Samantha Cameron, for SUDEP Action. The night launched the charity’s appeal for research into a sleep monitoring device that could help prevent SUDEP.
Chris’ husband Alan is also undertaking a 12,000ft parachute jump next month to raise money for the charity.