IAIN Cameron is the director of income generation at St Michael’s Hospice, in Aldermaston Road, Basingstoke, and has lived in the town for 35 years.

He is 38-years-old and lives locally with his wife, Steph, and their three children.

In addition to his hospice role, he is chair of governors at the Oakridge Schools Federation.

After leaving college Iain joined Tesco and went on to complete their management training program before taking various roles in stores across the south of England.

Although enjoying his work, the long hours, combined with a lengthy commute, did not lend itself to having a young family.

Iain joined the hospice in 2006 as head of retail before taking a more substantive role.

1. Who was your childhood hero and why? Superman… he could fly!

2. What is your most precious possession and why is it important to you? My three wonderful children; my raisons d’être.

3. What was the first record/CD you bought? De La Soul – 3 Feet High and Rising in 1989.

4. What is the radio/television show you hate to miss? Springwatch although it is somewhat seasonal!

5. What is your favourite film? Snatch.

6. What is your pet hate? People who talk too much.

7. What are you reading at the moment? These questions.

8. If you were choosing a last meal, what would it be? A Vindaloo from The Agra.

9. If you could meet anyone from history, who would it be? Jesus.

10. If you had a time machine where would it take you? 1988 to place a large bet on the FA Cup final.

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

12. What sports team do you support? Arsenal.

13. What was your first job? Delivering the Basingstoke Gazette.

14. If you could take over someone’s job for the day, whose job would you choose? F1 driver, race day, Monte Carlo.

15. What worries you the most? Islamic State.

16. What is your proudest moment? Hitting my hospice funding objectives.

17. What would you like your epitaph to be? He never worried about things he couldn’t change.

18. What’s your guilty pleasure? The Charlie Sloth Show on BBC 1Xtra.

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

20. What three words best describe you? Determined, positive, humble.