Debbie Moore attends a VIP charity event at the London Film Museum in aid of the Stroke Association.
Sculptor to HM The Queen, London based Frances Segelman sculpts Julian Fellowes on 29 September 2015.
Frances Segelman is known for her unique ability to magically capture life-like renditions of her sitters. She commented, “Julian Fellowes has such an interesting face to sculpt, I am delighted to create a bust of the man who comes up with all those tantalising Downton Abbey storylines.”
An established sculptor of personalities from the world of entertainment, politics and sport, Frances Segelman works closely with the Stroke Association. in her role as a Life after Stroke Awards Creative Judge and founder of the Jack Petchey Back to Work Fund.
Debbie Moore recently sponsored a Haka workshop at Pineapple Dance Studios in aid of the Stroke Association.
In June 2015, at The Life After Stroke Awards Ceremony, Debbie presented the award for Professional Excellence to Margaret Mitchell MBE, a Community Nurse and Stroke Liaison Team Leader at Tayside Hospital in Dundee.