Liz started at Millbrook as a young 14 year old doing a Duke of Edinburgh award. By 16 she had become a part time receptionist here. She left at 20 to complete her degree in Zoology only to come back again aged 22 as a kennel hand. Her RSPCA career then took her away from Millbrook as she trained and became an Inspector and then deputy Manager at Leybourne Animal Centre in Kent. When the Deputy Managers position at Millbrook became vacant in 2011 she applied and was transferred back to her home from home. I think it's safe to say Millbrook is in her blood - and judging by the number of other family members of hers who help out at our fundraising events, help in the charity shop or sit on the Millbrook committee she has passed on her passion for Millbrook.
Her spare time still seems to centre on animals either her own ( she has dogs, cats, snakes, lizards and chickens) or the constant stream of hand rear kittens that seem to pass through her hands.
However she also loves camping, watching motor bike racing and socialising with friends and family. It's quite common to hear she's having a party at her house!