After university Angela taught history in London then Weybridge. Married and moved to Hong Kong and taught there for three years. Continued to travel with husband and new daughter for six months in Australia and the Far East. Moved to South Wales and brought up family - two daughters and one son - and was on call minding the telephone for G.P. husband.

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Began to be published by Robert Hale.

Angela organised Books-on-Wheels for the housebound for the Women’s Royal Voluntary Service, then trained for its emergency service, becoming Emergency Services Manager for S.E.Wales. This entailed training members to attend at major incidents, feeding the blue light services, aiding victims of emergencies and supporting their loved ones.

Her hobbies include reading - major supporter of the local library - gold thread embroidery, exhibiting at the American Museum, Berkeley Castle, the Eden Project, and the Nature and Art Museum near Gloucester (2017). She continues to walk, garden and supports the Met. Opera of New York at a local venue. She is also a Friend of the Newport Ship and sings with an a cappella group.

She has two grandchildren in the USA, one in Bath and one in Rome.