As promised, Liz Cosgrove returns to tell her epic 100 Story!


In case you missed it…

Watch Part One here


This time, our much-loved volunteer and former member of staff Liz Cosgrove is looking back at her own personal experiences during her time as part of #TeamEnham.

From ‘kidnapping’ a local VIP and arranging some of our most memorable events, to sharing heartfelt moments with ex-servicemen from the First World War and joining forces with the likes of Christopher Biggins, Liz has a thousand and one stories to tell.

So, to celebrate our Centenary year, we’re sharing with the world an exclusive interview with one of Enham’s most influential supporters as she reflects on some of her favourite memories from the last two decades.

“When I retired in 2016, Jane who did my leaving speech said I had arranged 550 events in the time I’d been here. So it’s hard to kind of pick [my favourite] because they were all wonderful!”

On behalf of everyone at #TeamEnham, we want to say a massive thank you to Liz for being such an integral part of our history, fundraising towards our vital work and continuing to tell the story of our vibrant village and how Enham Trust came to be with such enthusiasm and passion.



If you too would like to make a difference by supporting disabled people to live, work and enjoy life with #TeamEnham, check out the wide range of opportunities we have on offer via our website or by following Enham Trust on socials.

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Photo of Christopher Biggins by RHL Images from England, CC BY-SA 2.0 (, via Wikimedia Commons.

100 Stories: Liz Cosgrove (Part I)
100 Stories: How Enham Alamein got its name
100 Stories: Chloe Plummer
100 Stories: Mark and Elizabeth Maclay