JULIE Gary is the Community Life Champion at the Asda supermarket in Brighton Hill.

She started work as a Christmas temporary colleague in November 2004 and has held her current position for four years.

While working at Asda Julie has supported several local groups and charities and met several people who have become good friends.

Groups that have benefitted from events organised by Julie include Basingstoke Foodbank and the Brownbread Horse Rescue charity.

1. Who was your childhood hero and why? I really like the actress Hannah Gordon and John Alderton, who starred in the television programme My Wife Next Door. My eldest daughter is called Hannah after the actress.

2. What is your most precious possession and why is it important to you? I love my husband and three children immensely but I have a silver locket with a photo of my dad in it, who sadly died last December. He was amazing and having him in my locket he is with me all the time.

3. What was the first record/CD you bought? Two Little Boys by Rolf Harris.

4. What is the radio/television show you hate to miss? Long Lost Family and the Men’s Wimbledon Singles Final.

5. What is your favourite film? I actually have two – One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest and The Sound of Music. Whilst visiting Austria in 2012, we went on a Sound of Music Tour and saw where a lot of it had been filmed.

6. What is your pet hate? Cruelty to children and animals.

7. What are you reading at the moment? Old Before My Time by Hayley Okines.

8. If you were choosing a last meal, what would it be? Roast chicken, roast potatoes, carrots, brussels sprouts, peas and honey roasted parsnips followed by fresh fruit salad.

9. If you could meet anyone from history, who would it be? The Queen Mother.

10. If you had a time machine where would it take you? I would love to return to New York and have more time to go sight-seeing. When I went there three years ago, we were only there for approximately 72 hours.

11. If you were stranded on a desert island what luxury would you choose to have with you? I would like a large bowl of fresh fruit.

12. What sports team do you support? None at the moment, however, I used to follow Torvill and Dean.

13. What was your first job? My first job was as a sales assistant from 1974 to 1981 at Marks and Spencer in Croydon on the menswear section.

14. If you could take over someone’s job for the day, whose job would you choose? I would like a day as an interior designer like Lawrence Llewellyn Bowen.

15. What worries you the most? The way my husband drives his car.

16. What is your proudest moment? I have several – getting married, giving birth to my children, seeing my daughter get married and receiving a medal from last year’s mayor for services to the community.

17. What would you like your epitaph to be? I did it my way.

18. What’s your guilty pleasure? Soaking in a bubble bath while drinking a mug of tea.

19. What one thing could change society for the better? People respecting each other more.

20. What three words best describe you? Dedicated, kind-hearted and generous.