ANTHEA Killen’s work to open a holiday centre for disabled people in Normandy has taken to the web.
Her new website Calvados Freedom provides an update on the current work as well as the reason behind the project – her daughter Kirsty.
Last month thisfrenchlife.com featured an interview with Anthea outlining the vision the mother from north Manchester, in the UK, had for the project.
She has been working hard to gain the support of local businesses to supply materials as well as promote Calvados Freedom through newspapers and television.
“I have spoken to some companies who have promised tiles and others materials,” Anthea said.
“TV producers have also had details posted to them and I’m following that up as well as hoping to get a celebrity to support the work.
“But it all takes time and because we are trying to work on the property itself it is for ever busy, but I know it will all come good.”
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