The director and owner of Wrenbury Hall talks customer service, teenagers and horseradish
How would you describe yourself? Mum and business owner.
Where is home? And work? Wrenbury Hall and Wrenbury Hall! The venue is my family home so I really live and breathe Wrenbury Hall.
What did you want to be when you were younger? A politician.
Name a few of your favourite places to be... European countries and culture; Upstairs at the Grill in Chester; and FIELD Restaurant which was awarded best restaurant and best meal in Prague 2017. I have always wanted to go to South Africa, though. We are actually going for Christmas and New Year and I’m really looking forward to the culture, food and wine.
What/who inspires you? Stella Rimington – I am fascinated by MI5 and her work.
What was the last gift you gave someone? I have two teenage daughters, so buying ‘gifts’ for them is continuous! Shoes, dresses, make-up, phones etc…
Tell us a secret or fun fact? In school, whenever my best friend and I we went to parties or events, we would always swap dresses half-way through the night – just to see if anybody noticed!
Who or what would you put in Room 101? Bad customer service and horseradish!
What’s been your biggest life lesson? To be adaptable. Dreams should be fluid – if you can’t or don’t achieve your first goal, you go for another one.