We are very pleased to welcome the high profile supporters listed below. Some are in Bangladesh and others in the UK.
|Baroness Ilora Finlay of Llandaff|
|FRCP, FRCGP, FMedSci, FHEA, FLSW|
|“Having been previously heavily involved with allergy awareness, I understand the importance of bringing allergy awareness and training to Bangladesh and wish the £1 Hospital and Allergy Bangladesh every success in achieving this."|
|Email: email@example.com Website:|
|Tel: 020 7219 6693|
Lady Ilora Finlay is an internationally renowned expert in palliative medicine and care of the dying. She is former President of the British Medical Association and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, and Past President of the Royal Society of Medicine.
|Mr Anwar Choudhury – Diplomat|
|British Ambassador to Peru|
|"The initiative of £1 Hospital to offer the health care to the disadvantaged people in Bangladesh is truly heart-warming. I understand the modern allergy diagnostic and treatment processes are unavailable. I wish the One Pound Hospital every success in their ventures.|
Anwar Choudhury is a native of Bangladesh from the city area of Sylhet. His main interests include folk music of Bengal (baul). He's also passionate about community integration and protection of the UK abroad. He is married to Momina Choudhury, has two daughters and a son.
|Councillor Ken Ellcome – Lord Mayor of Portsmouth|
|''I am very pleased to support this noble cause & wish it's success''.|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: Portsmouth City Council Website|
|Tel: 020 7219 6693|
|Personal: Ken was born on 3 October 1945 in the Royal Naval Nursing Home as the son of a serving sailor. Indeed all Ken’s ancestors for the last 100 years have served in the Royal Navy. One was lost at Jutland. He considered following in his forefathers footsteps but after a couple of boring jobs as a cartographic draughtsman he joined Hampshire Constabulary serving in Andover, Totton, Liss, Isle of Wight, Kingston Crescent twice, Cosham, Bitterne and the New Forest, in a career spanning 30 years. He retired with the rank of Chief Inspector in 1995. He took up employment with Portsmouth City Council working on traffic and safety issues before setting up the council’s parking department. He was made redundant in 2010 and shortly afterwards suffered a stroke. Whilst recuperating, a vacancy occurred for a councillor in Drayton & Farlington and he was elected in 2011.|
|Councillor David Fuller – Formar Lord Mayor of Portsmouth|
|" I am extremily pleased to be able to offer my support to the £1 Hospital charity and wish them very well with all their plans for the future."|
|Email: email@example.com Website: Portsmouth City Council Website|
|Tel: 07779 960355|
David Fuller was born in Fratton on 16 May 1965 and has lived and worked in Portsmouth all of his life. Councillor Fuller was elected in May 2008 and represents the Fratton Ward as a Liberal Democrat. The Lord Mayor is extremely proud of the privilege of being elected for the year 2016/17 and is immensely pleased that his sister, Mrs Leza Tremorin is by his side, supporting him as Lady Mayoress.
|Mr Chris Lubbe|
|Inspirational speaker & close colleague to the late Nelson Mandela|
|“Having grown up under extreme apartheid in South Africa I know what its like to experience life at the poor end, extreme poverty and to feel downtrodden and second rate. For the poor and forgotten of this world, and to my friends at £1 Hospital, I wish you every possible success"|
|Email: : firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.chrislubbe.co.uk|
Chris Lubbe is a highly acclaimed inspirational keynote speaker and coach available for education, business, corporate, community clients. Drawing on his incredible story of resistance against ‘apartheid’, Chris keeps his audience spell-bound as he takes them on a journey of discovery. Most importantly his audiences leave both inspired and motivated to take action and to make a changes in their own lives & their communities.
|Mr Md Moyeen Uddin|
|Additional Secretary Cabinet Divsion – Gov. of the People's Republic of Bangladesh|
|“I am very happy to support the £1 Hospital and Allergy Bangladesh – a British charity which will be working for the poorest people of Bangladesh. I wish their great success.”|
|Email: email@example.com Website:|
|Tel: 88 02951 4955|
|Professor Andrew F Walls PhD|
|Reader in Immunopharmacology – University of Southampton – Medical School – United Kingdom|
|“I am very pleased to offer my support for Allergy Bangladesh and their desire to bring world class allergy services to Bangladesh. I will certainly do what I can to help and I wish them great success!”|
|Faculty of Medicine, Mailpont 837, Southampton General Hospital, SO16 6YD, United Kingdom|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.southampton.ac.uk/medicine|
|Tel: +44 (0) 2381 206 151|