Dreams That Came True


We are very grateful to everyone who continues to be a supporter of our cause. One of our projects is to grant wishes and dreams for those affected by Epilepsy.

We have been able to support a family and in particular their son ‘Tommy’ who’s dream was to see the Paw Patrol Live concert in Newcastle. We funded the tickets for Tommy, his sister and parents to attend the show which he thoroughly enjoyed.

Tommy’s mum had to say
“Tommy had a blast at Paw Patrol Live, the experience helped him bond with his sister and helped him forget about his Epilepsy for a few hours. Thank you so much for your support.”

“We are so pleased that we could support this family, by helping them create a memory they will look back on. Fable Dream Factory project is aimed at creating special moments for those affected by Epilepsy and we endeavour to fulfil all applications we receive. We couldn’t do this without the help of our supporters and for that I personally thank you from the bottom of my heart on behalf of Fable for your support.” Sarah Osborne-Green – Operations Manager


Kitty Anne Harris always dreamed of having a complete makeover, with the help of Leanna Grant from CurvaMag, Yours Clothing,
Bev from Plan B Hair and Studio 197 we were able to make this dream a reality.

Kitty had the works, hair, make up, clothes and the photo shoot. Kitty will feature in the January issue of CurvaMag and as an added bonus she got to keep all the outfits and accessories. We cannot thank everyone enough for helping us put the biggest smile on Kitty’s face.


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Adrian Thompson always dreamed of driving a steam engine but sadly due to his epilepsy he was always turned down but thanks to the Elsecar Heritage Railway and their Footplate Experience Course we were able to make this dream a reality.


Rachel Lidster (far right) meets her idol Paul Hollywood at his show in Halifax sponsored by Yorkshire Bank

Lifelong  Sheffield United Fan Andrew Quinton meets his idols.


Chill Factore

A group of children along with their parents all affected by epilepsy in one way or another were treated to a visit to the Chill Factore in Manchester where they got to meet Father Christmas and receive a gift after playing in the snow. Snow balling, sledging and just a great deal of fun was the order of the day.
The outing was kindly sponsored by “The friends of Children’s Charities” to whom we are extremely grateful.

It was an amazing day and was thoroughly enjoyed by all.


Kitty’s dream was to have a make over and with the help of the online magazine Curvisa we made her dream come true with a visit to a studio in Birmingham.



Two young Sheffield Wednesday fans get a tour around the ground and watch a match from the comfort of a box where lunch was served at half time. Thank you to the staff at SWFC for helping us make this dream come true.


Pamper Session with Kaisha & Isobel – Sheffield

We had a lovely morning with Isobel and Kaisha in the Fable office, the girls were pampered by Kelsey and Louise.

Thank you so much for looking after them, your support is truly appreciated and We're pleased to hear the girls enjoyed it and have made friends, which is a fantastic result.

If anyone else is interested in making friends to support each other with your epilepsy please contact Sarah by emailing Sarah-fable@btconnect.com or by calling the office on 0114 2755335 x


We are pleased to be able to create a special moment for 9 year old Kaisha from Sheffield through the charity’s Dream Factory Project.

Kaisha Brady who was diagnosed with the condition 18 months ago, is still trying to come to terms with her Epilepsy. Her mum made an application to our dream factory project for a laptop to help Kaisha with her studies, and to help prepare her when she sits her sats,

. This will also give her the freedom ...to research more about the condition and allow her the opportunity to contact others others in a similar situation.

Fable are only too pleased to be able to grant this wish with the help of their corporate partner ‘Irwin Mitchell Solicitors’, who kindly agreed to sponsor the Laptop.

“We’re honoured to be able to support a wonderful local charity like Fable in making Kaisha’s wish come true. At Irwin Mitchell we have seen first-hand from our clients the effects of epilepsy and how sufferers can often feel isolated as a result of the condition. We hope that her new laptop will help Kaisha learn more about her condition, reach out to others who share in it for support and of course help in her future studies.”
Tom Mather – Partner at Irwin Mitchell Solicitors.