About me

Victoria Panton Bacon worked for Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Sir John Major KG CH, in the 1990’s before becoming a BBC television producer, where she made films in the UK and Europe, including Bosnia. She is a trustee of Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope, a family charity she founded in 2011 with her twin sister, Sarah, to raise money for children in developing countries who need prosthetic legs. In 2014, her first Second World War history book was published (Six Weeks of Blenheim Summer); telling the story of her paternal Grandfather’s time as a Royal Air Force reconnaissance pilot during the Battle of France. Her second WWII book, Remarkable Journeys of the Second World War, was published in September 2020 containing more – previously untold memories of the War, and she is looking forward to the publication of her third book, containing women’s stories, in June this year.

Victoria lives in Suffolk with her two sons, Rollo and Ranulph. She has run the London Marathon three times and her other interests include tennis and singing, not necessarily in that order.

Agent (Emma Shercliff, Laxfield Literary Associates) information about my writing: About Victoria by Emma Shercliff

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