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She grew up in Coventry and trained in Dance and Drama when at the independent Pattison College school in east Coventry. Her broadcasting experience began when she presented a Sunday afternoon programme on the hospital radio station at Walsgrave General Hospital in Coventry. In 1993, she worked at the studios of Mercia FM, presenting the night-time Nightbeat programme which was broadcast on Leicester Sound. In March 1994, she moved to the breakfast show of Leicester Sound and had a Sunday afternoon show, and would later in the year present for three years with Guy Morris and Guy Harris. In 1997, she presented with Gary Burton. In late 1997, she worked in Liverpool as a news reporter for L!VE TV and presented programmes such as Vets and Pets, Live Drive and Merseybeat the Crimestoppers programme with Merseyside Police Force.
When not forecasting the weather she enjoys country life and is interested in Arab horses and Miniature Shetlands.
Her main charity is the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance.
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