RODNEY Robbins is a Great Place to Work Lead at the Sainsbury’s depot in Houndmills.

The 38-year-old lives in Beggarwood with his wife, Angela, and children Jessica, nine, and Liam, who is 16.

Rodney also has a 21-year-old daughter called Hayley.

Rodney was born in Basingstoke and has worked for Sainsbury’s since he left school in 1991.

His job includes keeping his 900 colleagues informed of Sainsbury’s news, providing regular updates on the last phase of construction work at the depot and working with local charities and schools.

1. Who was your childhood hero and why? My dad, my best friend, he is my inspiration, he has always supported me in anything I have done and still does now.

2. What is your most precious possession and why is it important to you? My family, for obvious reasons.

3. What was the first record/CD you bought? Groovy Train, by The Farm.

4. What is the radio/television show you hate to miss? I am a big fan of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, so any of his programmes.

5. What is your favourite film? The Shawshank Redemption.

6. What is your pet hate? Rudeness.

7. What are you reading at the moment? Street Fighters, by Julian Davies.

8. If you were choosing a last meal, what would it be? Fish and chips from Rick Stein’s in Padstow.

9. If you could meet anyone from history, who would it be? Mark Twain, author of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.

10. If you had a time machine where would it take you? Back to 1966, when England won the World Cup.

11. If you were stranded on a desert island what luxury would you choose to have with you? My mobile phone.

12. What sports team do you support? I am a massive QPR fan.

13. What was your first job? A butcher’s boy, working in Bernard the Butcher’s in Pack Lane.

14. If you could take over someone’s job for the day, whose job would you choose? Stuart Lancaster, England Rugby Union head coach.

15. What worries you the most? What the future is going to look like for my children.

16. What is your proudest moment? My wedding day and the birth of my children.

17. What would you like your epitaph to be? Lived life to the full.

18. What’s your guilty pleasure? Pork scratchings.

19. What one thing could change society for the better? Bring back National Service.

20. What three words best describe you? Team player, outgoing, reliable.