Kate Humble

Photograph by Clare Richardson

Television presenter Kate Humble, best known for her wildlife programmes such as Countryfile and Springwatch, has joined charity Medical Detection Dogs as an ambassador.

Kate Humble first visited the Medical Detection Dogs centre in May. She commented: “I was utterly blown away by my day at Medical Detection Dogs. The work they are doing is extraordinary and, although of course it sounds cliché, truly life-changing.”

“Dr Claire Guest’s story is incredible, and her unshakeable belief in what she is doing and how she and her team are continuing to push boundaries and defy scepticism left me in awe!”

Kate added: “I was delighted to be asked to be an ambassador for Medical Detection Dogs and had no hesitation in agreeing”

Dr Claire Guest commented: “I could not be more delighted that Kate Humble has agreed to become an ambassador for us. Not only is she a highly respected wildlife expert, but she is also a much-loved national figure and will be a huge asset to our charity.

“We are so glad she will be joining our other lovely ambassadors, Lesley Nicol and Gill Wright, in getting the word out about the charity and the ways in which it could save thousands of lives.”

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