About Ann 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ann is a published writer... 
in several magazines and a newspaper. She was until recently the editor for the Decorative and Fine Arts Society Costa del Sol (affiliated to the UK based National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Society) 
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Ann married John England Covell in April 1986, and has two step-daughters, a step-son and five step-grandchildren. During the 1970's Ann worked with a medical practitioner, assisting him with his work on a five-year research programme on the Measles Vaccine, working in conjunction with the Medical Research Council. That research helped to establish the pattern of future measles vaccination programmes within the U.K.

Following a varied administrative and research career, Ann eventually became the Chief Administrative Officer of a Regional Ambulance Training Centre. This appointment led to Ann becoming a proficient trainer and consultant in Management Skills.
 
 
In the early 1980’s, she was a member of a national Department of Health Team that considered and produced the first ever Ambulance Paramedic Training Programme within the UK. That initial paramedic training programme has been developed over the years to a University Degree standard. Ann is thrilled that her elder step-granddaughter has graduated from the intensive University course and is now a Paramedic in the U.K. National Health Service.

In 1986, working with the NHS Training Authority, she was a member of a team that produced a syllabus for Management Training for the Hong Kong Ambulance Service. She visited Hong Kong during this period.” She is still in contact with the many friends she made there.
 
 
Later, she received a special merit from a pharmaceutical company for her work relating to drugs addiction in school-children and raising awareness of the problems; her thesis was published in Health Service journals. As a result of this work she was invited to visit the Los Angeles Health Department. Since then, she has visited America several times a year on leisure trips, and later for research in connection with  
“Remembering The Ladies”. 
 
 
Ann served as a Justice of the Peace in the South West for 20 years. A keen bee-keeper since her move to the South West, current hobbies include travelling and writing. 
 
She is a published writer (UK County magazines and Health Service Journals) and once ran a regular newspaper 
column, called “Health Matters", in 
a local Devon weekly newspaper. 
 
She was until recently the editor  
for the "Decorative and Fine 
Arts Society Costa 
del Sol". 
 
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