Angela is married to Paul, and they have 3 sons and 4 grandchildren. They joined CCCF fellowship in 1983. They attended their first rally when their sons Andrew and Philip were just 2 years and 6months old, respectively.

They enjoyed taking their family to the Spring Bank Holiday Rallies and found these rallies so uplifting spiritually and it was so good for the children as they grew up through the fellowship, attending the children’s activities and then the youth activities which gave them such a good grounding in their spiritual lives and an opportunity for them to have other Christian friends. Angela and Paul have enjoyed rallying on both holiday rallies and the smaller rallies around the country.

In 1991 they were commended from their home church to work in missions, this was in a practical way with Brass Tacks. Then in 2005 they left the UK and their sons (who were in their late teens early twenties) to work in Zambia, Angela worked as a house parent for the youngest children at Chengelo School and then in 2009 they went to work at Kalene Mission Hospital, where Angela worked as a Pharmacy Technician and was involved in the pastoral care of the student nurses. They returned to the UK in 2014 and continued working in missions in a practical way with Brass Tacks again until 2017.

When they returned from Zambia in 2014, they very soon bought a little caravan to be able to attend CCCF again as they had missed the fellowship while in Zambia. It was so good to be able to attend the rallies again and see friends. Since then, they both have become more involved within the fellowship both in running rallies and helping to set up the SBHR and Criccieth Holiday rally they have hosted one of the weeks for a few years.

Angela joined the planning team for the Spring Bank Holiday Rally in 2017 and has served as the children’s coordinator. She has also served as one of the DBS recruiters, she is also on the CCCF West Midland Regional Committee.