Emma’s quick-change role
2:01pm Wednesday 9th October 2013 in News
AVID Bury fan Emma Norton will be supporting another top team when she swaps her job as a nurse to take to the catwalk.
Emma, a season ticket holder at Gigg Lane along with her 12-year-old son George, says that watching the Shakers gives her relief from the pressures of looking after patients at St Ann’s Hospice in Little Hulton where she works.
But tomorrow, Emma will exchange her nurse’s uniform for a more sassy outfit when she takes a starring role at a hospice-organised ladies fashion lunch at Manchester’s Palace Hotel.
Emma, who lives in Eccles, said: “One thing about my job is that it shows me that time is precious and George and I love going to the matches, both home and away.
“As a model, I think I’ll be slightly out of my comfort zone, though the rest of the staff here at the hospice would disagree.”
Emma runs the Hospice@Home team for St Ann’s in Salford and Trafford, a service which allows patients to receive care in their own home. She is pictured right in her nurse’s uniform.
Tickets are available for the glittering event which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, having raised around £413,000 for the charity during that time. For ticket and further information: contact Sarah Bennett, events fundraising officer at the hospice, on 0161 498 3628 or email email@example.com
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