Cancer Campaign in Suffolk

Cancer Campaign
in Suffolk

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"Just wanted to say thanks for your clear and information presentation today. The thought of cancer is now not as scary as it was now I know there is so much I can do to reduce the risk of me getting it."   Debby Kingsford, Client Service Advisor, Pound Gates Insurance Brokers


"Your presentations went down so well that the management have asked for an additional session for those people who were out of the office last time.   We would also be interested in a male focused and a female focused presentation with two separate groups."   Juliette Hood, Office Manager, Poundgates Insurance


Following Debbie attending a Breakfast Meeting on 15th September, I then contacted her to ask if she could come in to Pound Gates to give a cancer awareness talk. Our staff were sceptical at first but did attend in numbers and the response was brilliant. Actually the staff that chose not to go to the talk then were disappointed to have turned down attendance when hearing the feedback from others. Debbie has since returned for a further 4 talks, one on general cancer awareness, one on breast awareness, one on male awareness for men and then a male awareness for the women. I would highly recommend Debbie who not only provides very informative talks but delivers them in a manner which makes everyone feel comfortable with what is a difficult subject”   David Collins Cert CII, Relationship Manager, Pound Gates

"Thank you for providing both sessions for us on Tuesday, very much appreciated. We hope to repeat this arrangement regularly."   Katie Coupe, Ipswich Borough Council

"Everyone to whom I have spoken has said what a cracking talk you gave and how useful it had been to them – me too."   Julie Merrick, Held a Breast Awareness evening
 

"Thank you again for coming in and talking to our Year 12 students today and last week, the feedback we have had has been really positive from the students."   David Leach, Head of Year 13, Copleston High School


"Just to say a big thank you for your talk last evening.  Several of the members had said to me that they were not really looking forward to it, but I told them how upbeat you were and it wasn't as morbid as it sounded.  Well, you proved me right and they all thoroughly enjoyed the talk and came away with a lot of information they weren't aware of before."   Pat Parfitt, Worlington and Tannington WI


"Thank you for giving such an excellent Cancer Awareness talk last Thursday evening. You were absolutely brilliant, your personality and use of humour enabled you to captivate your audience and get across messages that people would not normally be receptive to."   Philip Worsley – Cancer User Group – West Suffolk


"Thank you for such an informative presentation last week.   I found the content easily understandable and pitched at the exact level for an “after work” event but not taking away the very important issues, myths etc of a very serious subject. Many thanks once again."   Sheila Broom, Support Supervisor, A14 Training Services Limited

"Thank you for coming along and getting your breasts out again! Yours is a powerful and important message and your own inimitable style is without equal. Congratulations and thanks for all the good work you do."   Nick Hodgetts, Cert PFS DipFA, Director, Lighthouse Platinum Wealth Management Ltd

"Really enjoyed your talk, you have a great way with people and your way of explaining everything was very engaging – not to mention funny in places, good to see so many people having a laugh but at the same time taking in all the information you were presenting."   Anne Gartley, Healthy Ambitions

"I wish to thank your charity, and in particular Debbie Logan, for delivering an outstanding talk to our 6th form today about Cancer awareness. The students were very engaged throughout the presentation and were keen to say that they thought the session was informative and enjoyable"    Andrew Coles (PSHEE and Citizenship Coordinator), St Albans School. Ipswich



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