Meet The Team - Donna Durkin

January 18th, 2022

Written by Nina Farooqi

Meet Donna

Donna Durkin is the true face of ACS. As our Receptionist, Donna greets each and every person who walks through the ACS doors with a cheery smile and warm welcome.

Donna’s bright personality and sunny disposition rightfully saw her win our Employee of the Quarter Award in Q3 and after being with the business 3 years, we are still yet to see her in a bad mood!

Donna is such a great asset to ACS and both customers and staff alike often pass comment on her personable and friendly nature. So we decided to get our know our Receptionist Extraordinaire a little better...

1. Who would you most like to swap places with for the day -from ACS – and why?

Frosty, as he is a ray of Sunshine.

2. Tea or coffee:


3. Best thing about being part of the ACS Team?

Working with amazing, kind and talented people in a beautiful environment.

4. Describe your job in three words

Enjoyable, Interesting, Varied.

5. What’s on your bucket list?

To re visit New Zealand as lived there for a few years when I was young.

6. What’s something you’re proud of?

Having such fantastic family and friends, Keeping positive and happy through challenging health issues.

7. A little-known fact about you

Being Such a Calamity, lol!!

8. What’s your idea of a perfect day?

Long walk in the countryside followed by a drink or 2 in the pub in front of log fire.

9. You’re on a deserted island, which 3 people from ACS would you want to be stranded with and why?

Leanne Cleghorn: kindest person I have ever met. Emily Wightman, so happy. Danny Barker always game for a laugh.

10. If you had to listen to one song for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Lisa Stansfield, This Is The Right Time.

11. After being furloughed for so long, how does it feel to be back in the office?


12. What is it like to be the face of ACS, the first point of contact for the business?

So proud to be the face of ACS. I Love greeting all visitors with a warm welcome and strongly believe that First Impressions Last.