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Penny Speed Meets... Kay Doyle, business development manager, Bexhill Direct

Kay Doyle of Bexhill

Penny meets Bexhill Direct's business development manager, Kay Doyle

My colleagues won’t know this about me but... I was quite sporty at school. I used to run cross country and came 4th once in the Bedfordshire Schools’ Championships
What’s your favourite quote or motto? Treat people how you yourself would like to be treated
If you could be Prime Minister for the day, what change would you instigate and why? Sort out the unfairness of the benefits system
What would be your chosen superpower? Be invisible
Who would play you in the film of your life? Audrey Hepburn
What can’t you live without? My family and dogs
If you could edit your past, what would you change? To have gone travelling when I was younger and started skiing when I was very young. I would also have continued with my gymnastics
What book do you think everyone should consume, and why? One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Even people with problems deserve to be treated as humans
What was the name of your first pet? Princess
What is the strangest finance ‘request’ you’ve ever heard? Sadly there’s nothing strange about premium finance – we’re just an everyday essential
What was the last gift you gave someone? A gold chain for my son’s 21st birthday
Wine or Beer? Both
Pizza or Chinese? Chinese
James Bond or Indiana Jones? James Bond

This article was published in the 23 October edition of Post magazine.

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