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My Life in Gloucestershire: Christina Snell, chief executive of Age UK Gloucestershire

By The Citizen  |  Posted: October 13, 2012

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What's your favourite Gloucestershire day out?

I really love the Forest of Dean. A gentle stroll along some of the forest paths, followed by a visit to one of the local pubs. Lovely!

And your favourite place to eat out in the county?

The Old Passage, Arlingham. Delicious if you love fish.

What's the worst job you've ever had?

Serving burgers in Wimpy (a holiday job as a student).

Have you got any unusual habits?

I love busking with my partner. It's not about the money, which we raise for charity: just love making music and interacting with people on the street.

Who is your hero and why?

I would not describe myself as a royalist particularly but I have developed a huge admiration for HM The Queen. She promised to devote her life to serving her country and that is just what she has done.

What book are you reading at the moment or tell us your favourite?

One of my favourite books of all time is "Alex's Adventures in Numberland" by Alex Bellos.

What was the last film you watched?

The Bridges of Madison County.

First single/record you ever bought?

Puppy Love by Donny Osmond.

Facebook or Twitter? (And what is your twitter handle/name?)

Love both for different reasons. Facebook is a great way to share your life with family and friends but Twitter is the way forward – a place to debate. Twitter name is @SnellChristina.

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