Nicola Hobbs New Patron Of JBG?

Born in Portsmouth, Nicola’s family moved to Lincolnshire for her primary and secondary school years, it was here as a teenager she became aware of her sexual orientation. “I was aware that I fancied the same sex at an early age but was confused and didn’t express this fully till I was 16.”

Football is only one of Nicola’s skills her full time job is that of a fire-fighter.

Nicola says. “I came out before starting work but all my colleagues have been fantastic with it. Some have seen it as a negative and say I am a tick in the box but I don’t really care for attitudes like that so I ignore it or report it if it’s offensive.”

“At the ‘Belles’ all my team mates are amazing with it as they are friends and I am who I am, just like they are, and I wouldn’t change any of them.”

Nicola had this to say about becoming a figurehead for the campaign organisation. “It’s a massive privilege to be a patron to JBG? it is a very important cause and support mechanism that could change people’s lives. It’s an honour to have been asked.”

Photo – doncasterroversbelles.co.uk


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