Press & Media
Stripy Lightbulb CIC is on a mission to educate and engage at every available opportunity. This includes press and media coverage. Here are some of the places you may have seen or heard us already!
WISE – Women In Social Enterprise
An initiative of Natwest – Social and Community Capital and Pioneers Post.
Our Managing Director Sally Callow has been added to the ‘WISE 2020 Inspiration List’ for her work with Stripy Lightbulb CIC.
‘……brilliant women leading the UK’s social enterprises in their battle to survive and thrive during the Covid-19 pandemic’
DSC Award Winner
Managing Directory Sally Callow won the ‘Influencer’ award, in recognition of her work for the global M.E community with both Stripy Lightbulb CIC and ME Foggy Dog. The Directory of Social Change Awards were held in the House of Lords on 22nd January 2020.
‘DSC Social Change Awards celebrate the passionate individuals and effective organisations committed to making a positive impact on society.’
The Pamodzi Creatives Podcast
Stripy Lightbulb CIC’s Managing Director Sally Callow recorded this podcast with Roni Edwards from Pamodzi Creatives a few months ago because she has been nominated as an ‘Inspirational Woman of Portsmouth’. The awards recipients will be announced at an awards event on 6th March 2020!
The OT Magazine
An article in the January/February 2020 edition – Uncovering ME and CFS – https://ot-magazine.co.uk/uncovering-me-and-cfs/
An article in the July/August 2020 edition – The COVID-19 Aftermath – https://issuu.com/2apublishing/docs/ot_magazine_issue_35___digital_edition/60 (the article is on pages 60-61, they should auto load)
We wrote an article to bring M.E./C.F.S. to the attention of teachers. Our article was published in Winter 2020 – Issue 10.
The Ginger and Nuts ‘Extraordinary Guests’ Show.
Our MD Sally had her own one-hour radio show in early 2019! She hosted a ‘Portsmouth Playlist’ slot to raise awareness of M.E./C.F.S. and to talk about her work with Stripy Lightbulb CIC and ME Foggy Dog.
BBC South Today
Sally has been interviewed on the BBC South Today News program about ME Foggy Dog, her other ME awareness venture.