In Loving Memory of

Lucky Begum

Lucky Begum worked at Luton All Women’s Centre for over 10 years. We sadly lost our much loved colleague on 30th May, after a long battle to recover from Covid. Our hearts go out to Lucky’s family, and we hope that the messages written in this book will offer some insight and comfort in to how Lucky was known and loved by so many. As professionals we miss Lucky’s smiley and reassuring presence, and we know that many women’s lives have been touched and enriched where Lucky worked with them as clients. 


Book Owner: Caroline Cook
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Gay Lane

Lucky it was an absolute pleasure to have worked alongside you. I will always remember that beautiful smile. The passion you showed for your job was there for all to see. You will be dearly missed x …

Caroline Cook

Katherine gleeson

IN MEMORY OF YOUR MEMORY   My memories of Lucky was that she was a fun loving and caring, she carried a big heart and smile What I loved more personaly was her slight cheekiness to get you to do things which I found enduring and, this would make me  smile. I appreciate the …


Jenny Bull

I was so very sad to learn about Lucky and her lost battle with COVID – I have no doubt she did her very best to beat it so she could stay with her family, friends and colleagues and keep on supporting the many people who found their way to her; either through the …

Caroline Cook

Joy Leighton

I was so saddened to hear the news Lucky, she has worked closely with the IDVA Service over many years. I have such fond memories of her smiling face and her cheerful nature, she always brightened a room. Her passion to support victims of domestic abuse, HBV and FGM has helped so many woman …

Caroline Cook

Sherece Frazer

Lucky, I am grateful that I got to know you. You were a sweet, kind and gentle woman. You always knew what to say to make me feel better on my darkest days. I am deeply saddened by your absence, but I do believe we’ll meet again. I send my condolences to your family.  …

Caroline Cook

Amanda Lewis

I appreciate that I did not have the opportunity to work directly with Lucky, but I know from all colleagues in our partnership how valued and important Lucky was, not just to her team at LAWC but also in the relationships she had with partners. On behalf of the Luton Domestic Abuse Partnership Board …

Caroline Cook

Deniece Dobson

Your smile and the positive impact that you  made during your beautiful life will live on. You will be missed but never forgotten. Thoughts and prayers for your heartbroken family, friends and colleagues x …

Caroline Cook

Jo Neale

I was terribly sorry to learn that Lucky had passed away, and my heart goes out to her family, friends and colleagues. Whenever I think of Lucky, it’s her smile that I think of first. It lit up her face, and those of people around her. We have lost a wonderfully warm and empathic …

Caroline Cook

Joy Richards

So sad to hear of the loss of Lucky, she will always be remembered,  Thoughts are with her family and friends x …

Caroline Cook


Dearest Lucky, I will remember you as a beautiful, generous, sensitive spirit who made such a massive contribution to the women who sought your help.  You were amazing in your job educating and challenging any forms of gender based violence and in particular Honour Based Violence and Forced Marriage.  You have been a consistent …

Caroline Cook

Tracy Mintern

Thank you Lucky for your knowledge, commitment and enthusiasm. You are sadly missed but never forgotten.     …

Caroline Cook

Vicky Marlin

This is such a sad loss – our thoughts go out to Lucky’s family.  She was such a caring person with a single-minded focus on victims needing help, and will be sorely missed by all the staff at Bedfordshire Police Signpost. …

Caroline Cook

Gabriela Morris

So sorry to hear about Lucky. She was always there for other people, always happy and smiling. A person with a huge heart, such a big loss. Condolences to all her loved ones.  …

Caroline Cook

Esther Carroll (Morris)

Darling Lucky, my little go to Pocket Rocket. I’m so saddened to hear the news. We worked together from the day that you started at LAWC. You were an amazing addition to Bedfordshire Police during the years that I was in the Forced Marriage Unit there. Thank you for your service and dedication to …

Caroline Cook


Lucky was a lovely lady, who I had the pleasure of meeting whilst doing classes at the centre. She was a cheery person always smiling and friendly to speak with. I saw her energy and drive to help people and do her utmost to help everyone. I was very saddened to hear of her …

Caroline Cook

Nina Page

Lucky was so passionate and positive she was a real joy to work with and to listen to at meetings or events. I will remember her infectious smile and the passion and dedication she showed to all the people that she worked with. Lucky will always be warmly remembered and very much missed.  …

Caroline Cook

Claire Burns

I first met Lucky the day of my interview at Lawc and my chair was squeaky which made me smile and when I looked over at Lucky she was also smiling. This was how Lucky always was smiling and laughing.I worked with Lucky for just under 2 years you could always hear her walking …

Caroline Cook

Helen Rose

My teacher, my friend and fellow chicken enthusiast. Much missed …

Caroline Cook

Sally Taylor

I had the privilege of working with Lucky on several occasions and her smile was instantly the first thing and noticed about her and how I shall remember her. She was so passionate with the way she spoke about her work and had such a natural way with children when we delivered our joint …

Caroline Cook

Suliman Rafiq

Such a lovely person, my condolences to the family  …

Caroline Cook

Theresa Starbuck

I did not have the pleasure of meeting Lucky but know from colleagues what a difference she made to the lives of her family, friends, colleagues and clients during her time working with survivors of abuse and violence; Rest in peace amazing lady, your passion and empathy shone through. …

Caroline Cook

Elaine Withnail

Lucky, you had a smile that would light up a room, and you did so much for all of us. You were one of the most amazing people I have ever met. It was an honour and a privilege to know you. Rest in peace, Lucky. I will miss you. …

Caroline Cook

Delphi Ellis

I met Lucky on an online training event in late 2021 and her smile lit up the virtual room. She spoke so passionately about the causes close to her heart and I remember her commitment to getting things right for the community. The depth of emotion people have felt from her passing, and the …

Caroline Cook

Saima Nasir

To God we belong and to HIM we shall return. Though I never knew Lucky personally, I came across her at many professional events over the years.  What always touched me was her passion and enthusiasm in supporting and empowering women in Luton. It was clear for all to see that she was a …

Caroline Cook

Kishwer Raj

On the handful of occasions I met Lucky she left a great impression. Lucky was warm, welcoming and her desire to support women in need was inspirational. Her loss will be felt by many in particular the many women she supported at the centre. Sending prayers of peace and strength to her family. May …

Caroline Cook

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