Comments about my talks

I am grateful that my talks have been enjoyed so much and I have received a significant number of complimentary emails and comments from a number of groups.
A small selection of the feedback is here.

Here's what people have said

"Wow!! Thank you Delia for a delightful presentation about ENSA and trip into an era that evoked so many happy times at a time of hardship but much camaraderie. A really excellent afternoon which we all enjoyed and appreciated immensely. A true testament is when I am asked ‘Does she have other talks? I did enjoy that’ which followed your departure! That speaks volumes! It is a bonus for us to hear every word and have such a narration that we can hang on to every sentence rather than try to follow a gabbled account."

Tintagel Women's Club, Orpington

"Delia came to talk about The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and its influences, and her Power Point Presentation is 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."

Bromley Over 60s

"Around The World on a Bike - The Adventures of Annie Londonderry.
Our members had never heard of Annie Londonderry so didn't know what to expect. We were treated to a super talk with a laugh a slide. Members enjoyed themselves so much learning how Annie travelled from country to country and having all sorts of adventures along the way. The fact Annie did this in 1895 made it all the more fascinating. We strongly recommend this light-hearted and hilarious talk presented by Delia. You are guaranteed a lovely evening."

The Oddfellows

"Delia invited me along to hear her new talk on MGM Musicals, didn't know what to expect. Her presentation and knowledge are certainly amazing, the wonderful clips of bygone movies were very uplifting. Delia always adds a lot of fun to her talks with snippets we may never have known.Don't wait too long to book this fabulous talk you won't be disappointed."

O Club

We invited Delia to come and talk to us on Victorian London Street Life. Her talk had been painstaking researched and is further enhanced by a series of compelling illustrations. Her presentation is slick and informative culminating in some light-hearted audience participation. A thoroughly enjoyable and informative topic – highly recommended.

Goudhurst WI

"Delia’s presentation on ‘1930 The Golden Age of Hollywood’ did not disappoint! From start to finish she had us spellbound with the information she had researched, from the tragic to the hilarious. Who would have known that she was a distant relative of Cecil B DeMille, one of the most influential filmmakers in history?

We also enjoyed watching some of the great dance routines produced by musical choreographer Busby Berkeley. The time went very quickly as it was so enjoyable and as always to Delia’s high standards. "

Matfield WI