Angie has lived in Lincoln since her late teens when she moved here, with her family from Cornwall. Extremely proud of her Cornish roots, she feels lucky that she has two wonderful places to call home, and feels equally at home here in Lincoln.
With a full career in tourism and hospitality under her belt, she’s got to know the City and County pretty well and is passionate about Lincolnshire history and its historical characters. However, her career changed completely a couple of years ago, when she trained to become a complementary therapist – something she had wanted to do for some time and loves this work immensely. She also works part time in a Doctors surgery as a receptionist, a job she also loves and says certainly keeps her on her toes!
Music has always been a part of her life. When she was young her Father was in a band and could play almost any instrument, and before she married, her Mother was a singer and dancer who starred in Gilbert and Sullivan productions in London. Angie’s favourite era is the seventies, and you can guarantee that she will sing (and dance!) to most of the records that are played from that era, however, she’s the first to admit that she’s not a very good singer – but she doesn’t care, she sings anyway!
Leading a very busy life in a village outside of Lincoln, Angie is also involved in her local amateur dramatic group, which raises money for charity and she thoroughly enjoys “treading the boards!”
She joined Lincoln City Radio in 2012 to work in the office, and her introduction to the airways began with some banter with Tony Wilkins on Lincoln Morning on a regular basis.
She now thoroughly enjoys presenting Sunday Best each week, in her own natural and easy style.