Some Recent Testimonials
“Delia brought to life the marvellous entertainment given by ENSA which helped to lift the morale of the public during the war years and beyond.
“Her presentation is warm, friendly and very polished. The photographs and video clips of the well-known stars of yesteryear brought back many memories and we enjoyed joining in the old songs.
Everyone present had a thoroughly enjoyable evening.”June Ellett
“Delia has been to Marden WI to speak three times and we are always delighted to welcome her.
“In August she brought her ‘Roaring 20s’ talk and it was completely fascinating from start to finish. The images of fashion, music and the antics of the rich and famous were shown and described in a very professional PowerPoint presentation – photos, music and video. It was great fun and thoroughly enjoyed by all our ladies.
“We are looking forward to welcoming her again in the near future”.Jean Robertson
“Delia came to talk to us about Victorian London Street Life and members agreed that it was one of the best talks we had ever had. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it and we all learnt such a lot from a very informative talk.
The presentation contained some brilliant photographs and the film clips were fantastic. I am sure that any clubs or organisations looking for a speaker will not be disappointed.”
“Delia’s talks on Women in WW1 are very informative and interesting. She has an engaging style and draws you into the subject matter. She includes interesting facts and delivers them in a way that keeps the audience riveted. Delia is certainly one of the best speakers we have had at our WI meetings.”
“Delia’s talk about The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and its influences and her PowerPoint Presentation are stunning. Delia clearly loves her subject and her enthusiasm is infectious. She kept members enraptured for 45 minutes and left the best till last. Recommended.”
“Delia’s talk on The History of the Blue Cross Animal Charity raised every emotion possible, from how the charity cared for the working horses of London to the plight of the horses in WW1 and the work of the Blue Cross during that conflict. And we all fell in love with her old dog who slept quietly at her feet throughout her talk. We were so impressed that we booked her immediately for one of her other talks.”