The borwell Ltd Managing Director, Andrea Borwell-Fox , talks to Worcester News. Answering personal questions, Andrea discusses various aspects of her life such as School, Nostalgia and Holidays.
What is your best school memory?
I had a fab teacher called Mr. Sayles at Redhill School, Stourbridge.
He made maths fun and really helped apply the skills to the real world.
What was your worst school memory?
A girl called Maxine tackled me and whacked my face with a hockey stick. It put me off hockey forever.
What is your favourite childhood memory?
Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb. My dad was a marshal. I’d spend the weekend camping there with a group of similar aged children. We would spend the day climbing the hill and watching the racing. I loved being in the pits with the smells and sounds of the engines warming up. I remember it always being warm and sunny, great summer weather.
Where was your last holiday? How was it?
Lanzarote. We stayed at a lovely resort called Puerto Calero with a pretty marina, great restaurants and walks along the cost. The nearby white sandy becahes of Playa del Carmen and Playa Dorada were lovely too. The volcano is well worth a visit!
Would you go back?
Yes, and I’d hire a convertible and tour the island.
Where was your favourite holiday?
A European rail tour. We visited Brussels, Koln, Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, Venice, Milan, Nice & Monte Carlo.
We saw the eclipse in Salzburg and my husband proposed to me in Monaco on the last day of the holiday.
– A conversation with Worcester news.