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Well-known in the area for her work on the BBC, Keeley grew up near Tetney and is the daughter of former professional footballer Terry Donovan. With a passion for journalism, she studied a postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism at the Grimsby Institute. Having freelanced for the BBC across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire sinceshe co-presented Break-in Britain in and is now co-presenter of the popular Countryfile Diaries.
Born in Cleethorpes, Helen grew up in Grimsby — attending Whitgift School — leaving before her 18th birthday, when she began her career on Fleet Street. In she was appointed home news editor for Sky Television and had a variety of roles across eight years before heading to GMTV as a showbiz correspondent. In she married American television producer Carl Fospero and they live in London with their son and daughter.
Best known for being one of the professionals on Strictly Come Dancing, Joanne was born and raised in Waltham — where she and brother Kevin were taught ballroom and Latin dance by parents Keith and Judy Clifton.
Competing since the age of four, she has won titles in Britain and across Europe, and has appeared in a of musicals including Face the Music and Norma Jean The Musical. She is currently touring as the main character in the multi-award winning comedy Thoroughly Modern Millie.
The daughter of a trawler skipper, Brenda grew up in Scartho, learning to swim when she was nine-years-old. This accolade saw a crowd of thousands welcome her back to Grimsby. She then did the mile River Nile Swim, beating the record and shaved more than two hours off the Lake Ontario swim from Niagara to Toronto, completing the mile route in less than 19 hours.
Born Margaret Robinson, inMadge was a key part of English comedies and was integral as a theatre manager.
Reportedly the youngest of 22, she was home-schooled and read Shakespeare from an early age. Her first role came in The Struggle for Gold in and by she was playing adult roles in London. Her peak years came from when she ed J.
Buckstone on tour for six years. From here, she enjoyed numerous successes before leaving for the Opera Comique and Court Theatre before making her debut in America in There are a few events in Hull this week to mark the occasion under the banner of WOW — a festival of events that was found at the Southbank Centre in London in and takes a look at aiding girls and women reaching their full potential.
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