1988 – Elizabeth joined 71 The Royal Corp of Signals where she became a physical training instructor.
1994 – Developed Uniform Service Course at Harlow College in Chelmsford for 16 – 18 year olds wanting to get fit and pursue a carrier in one of the public services.
1996 – Developed the Public Services BTEC Course for students aged 18+.
2006 – Left a primary school teaching post to become a self-employed Foot Health Practitioner. Elizabeth started doing some home visits and quickly built a busy domiciliary round as her clients recognised her for her determination to resolve problems and her enjoyment of her work.
2010 – Elizabeth took her passion for good foot care to the next level by opening the Foot Care Centre in King’s Lynn.
2011 – Started training students at the College of Foot Care Practitioners with Northern Council for Further Education (NCFE) recognition and approval.
2011 – The Foot Care Centre gained Silver Investors in people Award.
2019 – Working closely with her team and network of foot care professionals, Elizabeth has launched Fun with Feet. An innovative programme to raise awareness of the importance of good foot care from a young age. The Future – the FwF brand will launch Fun with Fitness and Fun with Food to enhance the Fun with Feet programme.