News: Sue Lloyd’s Haircut for charity

Posted on 8th December 2015

Since being diagnosed with Stage 3 ovarian cancer  Sue Lloyd has smashed her initial fundraising target of £500. Last week she shaved her head in the cause of helping Chestnut Tree Hospice. As a matter of interest it costs £6,850 every day to pay for a day of care at Chestnut Tree House, provided at the house and in the children’s own homes. 

Sue joined Technetix in October 2011.  She was initially based in the Technetix headquarters on the Victoria Business Park until July this year when Technetix moved to larger premises in Albourne.  Sue is responsible for global HR & recruitment, her role takes her all over the world recruiting specialist staff.  She lives in Brighton with her partner Charlie and their 16 month old twin girls, Constance (Connie) and Rowena (Roo).  

I have posted the item on our Facebook page and would be really grateful if it would be possible to publicise her fundraising efforts in the BHBPA newsletter.  The link to her page is:  https://www.justgiving.com/Sue-Lloyd40.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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