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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Louise Billington

Goodness Lucky I don’t know where to start, what a remarkable lady you were. The dedication and commitment to your job and the support and knowledge you had can never be replaced, always ready to step in and do what you could to help. May you forever rest in peace. …

Syd Wyatt

Lucky, once met, never forgotten. You left an undeniable mark with everyone that met you with your laughter, your passion, your commitment and bravery to those you cared for. It still makes me chuckle when I think of how you had a whole room full of health care professionals captivated and hanging off every …

Toni Marie Doherty

Dearest Lucky,  When i first met you at a roadshow in 2016, little did i know we would quickly become great colleagues that would tackle training staff together at the hospital every month.   Over the years you have played a huge part in supporting Doctors, Nurses and Therapists etc in gaining an understanding into …

Rachel Woolridge

I really enjoyed meeting you when you delivered training with our team here at the L&D hospital. What a kind, gentle and caring lady you were. What amazing inspirational work you have achieved, your loved ones must be so proud of you. My thoughts are with all of your family, friends and co-workers xx …

Moyra Campbell

I Will remember Lucky for being a wonderful and caring woman. I will miss her when I attend The Women’s Centre.  She was always so caring, helpful and optimistic . My thought are with her family, friends and colleagues . …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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.  …
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