Feeling like a free spirit in a cage following a career in administration and recruitment,
Bron changed at the age of 40 to a healthier lifestyle running her own garden maintenance service. She obtained a private pilot’s licence and took up stone carving in her free time.
In 2014, aged 65, Bron retired and moved to the North East, where she still enjoys volunteer
gardening, picking up litter, observing and feeding wildlife, exploring the amazing coast and
countryside and pet sitting for friends, recently resulting in a painful episode with an escapee ferret.
Never having felt ill, a routine GP check discovered blood in her urine eventually leading to a CT scan and a radiologist suggestion of LAM and Lymphoma, both later confirmed. Treatment for the lymphoma in late 2016 has led to remission for the time being.
Being one of the lucky few very little affected by LAM and following attendance at the Annual
Meeting in Birmingham 2017, Bron is keen to help those far less fortunate. So far raising funds with a Charity Tandem Skydive and attending her first Trustee Committee meeting in October 2017 - the skydive being the less stressful of the two!