Shirley Talbot

Shirley was invited to become a Trustee in 1992 shortly after Father Ronnie’’s death.  She has knowledge of the area, having worked in Lulindi and Mkomaindo Hospitals from January 1967 until  February 1969 as Sister and Matron and this knowledge has been of immense importance to the other Trustees in their decision-making.
Shirley and her husband, Alan, are still very much involved with African Palms, which buys literally millions of palm crosses from Tanzania each year and sells them throughout the world, thus providing invaluable support to the people of the area.