North London Hospice’s 90-year-old supporter Eileen Nicholls put her time in lockdown to good use – by writing her autobiography.
Eileen’s debut book ’90 Glorious Years and More’, written at her own computer during the 2020 coronavirus lockdowns, has now been published and she is kindly donating £5 from every purchase to North London Hospice, which cared for her husband Roy in 2019. “He was so beautifully cared for in the short time he was in the hospice,” said Eileen.
90 Glorious Years and More documents Eileen’s varied and interesting life – from her early days before and during the war growing up in a South Yorkshire mining town, married life in Bedford and Edinburgh and the challenges of having an autistic son with epilepsy to her 50 years in London where she and Roy bought up their three children and she worked as a teacher plus supported the work of the Methodist Church and Mencap.
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