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Name: Linda Stanbrook My profession: Nursery proprietor at Tots Day Nursery in Abbots Langley and Bricket Wood My family: Stan, Daniel and Laura My place of birth: High Street, Abbots Langley When you were young what did you want to be: Nurse Who was your hero: George Best My first car: 1965 Mini My first job: The Wimpey My all time favourite album/cd: Barry White (The Collection) My favourite food: Tandoori Butter Chicken My favourite holiday spot: Turkey My first crush: Steve Davis aged 12 My favourite restaurant: Abbots Tandoori My favourite pub: The Compasses, Abbots Langley My favourite TV: Trial and Retribution My favourite movie: Officer and a Gentleman My favourite hobbies: Yoga, walking and socialising My favourite gadget: iPhone My worst habit: Picking my nails My most memorable moment: Travelling to New York My favourite periodical: My Abbots News Who would you not want to be stuck in a lift with: Rowan Atkinson Who would you most like to meet: Tom Selleck What famous person do you most resemble: Sharon Osborne What would you like to change in Abbots: Add an atmospheric Italian restaurant My ideal dinner date: Michael Buble My ideal night out: A trip to the theatre If you could change your profession what would you do: WAG What would you change about yourself: My feet My theme song: I Will Survive If you had one wish what would it be: To stay sane What is the worst present you have received: Pressure cooker Stranded on a desert island my three prized items would be: iPhone, chocolate and my dog Bella In a film about your life who would play you: Julia Roberts


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