Profile & Biography Of vLynn Faulds Wood

Real Name Lynn Faulds Wood
Age 72 yrs
Nationality Glasgow, Scotland
Husband John Stapleton
Son Nick born in 1987
Cause Of Death  Cancer

 

Who Is Lynn Faulds Wood & Cause Of Death

Lynn Faulds Wood was born on 25th March 1948, She is of Scottish origin, She has been a presenter working with British Broadcasting Corporation(BBC) until she retired years back.

Lynn died on Thursday 23 of April 2020 in her Saint Margarets, south west London home after battling with bowel cancer for 40 years.

Early Life Of Lynn Faulds, Education & Career

Lynn Faulds was born 72 years ago in Glasgow, Scotland on 25 March 1948 and she grw up with her parents on Loch Lomondside.

Relationship, Family & Love Life Of Lynn FauldsWood

Lynn Faulds Wood got married to her lovely husband John Stapleton, the British journalist and television presenter in 1977, had a son called Nick, born in 1987, And the famly have been living together until her death on 23 April 2020.

Few Things You Need To Know About The Late BBC Presenter Lynn Faulds

Lynn suffered a massive stroke which led to her death on 23 April 2020

She was best known for fronting the BBC consumer show Watchdog alongside Stapleton from 1985 to 1993.

Lynn Faulds wood bowel cancer

Lynn bowel cancer started in 1991 when she was 40 years of age and miraculously recovered, She became an active campaigner and crusader for better awareness of bowel cancer.

She rejected her MBE in 2016 with reasons that the honours system needs to be dragged ‘into the 21st Century’.

Although she was born in Glasgow Lynn Faulds grew up in Loch Lomondside where she began her career working for newspapers including the Daily Mail and The Sun.

Lynn Faulds in 2002 co-founded the European Cancer Patient Coalition which an organisation she took over as the leader 2003-2010 and while working with the Organization she manged to set up MEPs Against Cancer and is credited with helping to get cancer on the official European Agenda. In 2009, she was invited to present the new European cancer plan.

Faulds Wood also presented the investigative programme World In Action during the 1990s, before going on to become a consumer champion on GMTV between 2003 and 2009.

In 2006 she worked with Dame Esther Rantzen to present BBC consumer rights programme Old Dogs, New Tricks.

In 2010, she said that she was considering entering politics by standing for the Parliament of the United Kingdom at the general election.

Instead she remained as a health campaigner, still regularly appearing on television talking about cancer and consumer matters

In 2016 Faulds Wood rejected an MBE, saying the honours system needs to be dragged ‘into the 21st Century’.

Lynn Faulds Political Involvement

Faulds In 2010, indicated interest of entering British politics by standing for the Parliament of the United Kingdom at the general election. Instead she remained as a health campaigner, still regularly appearing on television talking about cancer and consumer matters. She chaired the British Standards Institution Consumer and Public Interest Network until 2013, and served as President and Patron of many charities and health organisations, with an honorary doctorate for services to bowel cancer.

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