Bridget helps switch on local charity

16 October, 2009 at 2:23 pm Leave a comment

Bridget with broadcaster Jumoke Fashola seeing what a difference the new telephone conferencing system will make

Bridget with broadcaster Jumoke Fashola at the launch

Bridget joined the Islington-based charity Community Network for the official switch-on of its new state-of-the-art telephone conferencing system.

“It was great to be at the launch and see Community Network’s services in action,” said Bridget. “By using the latest technology behind the scenes, they can bring help and support to so many groups over the phone. They do amazing work and I’m delighted to support them.”

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