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Held to Account – Stacia Wrenn

Held to Account! – Stacia Wrenn, Practice Administrator.

 

Another Answer in five words is:

– Honest, Local, Friendly

 

Stacia Wrenn in three words is:

 – Smiley, kind, loyal, friendly, social

 

What brought you to Another Answer?  

 – There was a great advert and Another Answer had a very different interview process, but I got through it – lucky me!

 

Whats the greatest challenge you face on a daily basis at work?

 – Recently due to Covid 19, it’s manning the office on my own for approximately four months and also ensuring that clients send us the relevant documentation in a timely manner. 

 

If you could play any musical instrument, what would it be and why? 

 – Piano. I recently went to London where they have pianos dotted around here and there – to actually just sit and play something (worth listening to) would be great.

 

What was the last book you read? Any good?

 – Mudlarking: Lost and Found on the River Thames.  It was very enjoyable. On a recent trip to London, I visited Southwark Cathedral where the author, Lara Maiklem, has a very small exhibition of her mudlarking finds on display – there was a great café there, too!

 

You are to take part in a TV reality show. Which one? Big Brother, The Great British Sewing Bee or Masterchef? Why?

 – Probably Big Brother – perhaps because it isnt on television any more, but I am team player, I enjoy social situations and getting to know people.  Also my husband does the majority of sewing on buttons in our house and I rely heavily on Hello Fresh and Gusto for our daily menus…

 

You are given a plot of land to build your perfect house. Where is it? What view can we see from your picture window?

– Lane End, as in our current house – from our bedroom we can see all the way to Windsor on a good day. Alternatively, in Cornwall with a view of St Ives Bay and Godrevy Light House.

 

Describe the perfect day on holiday in Cornwall in a sentence…

 – We camp in Cornwall near St Ives every year so a perfect day would be: visit Godrevy lighthouse for a fabulous brunch on the terrace, walk around the headland and see if the seals are there, meet up with friends at Porthgwidden Beach for a relax on the beach, then head over to Porthminster Beach Cafe for an amazing supper and cocktails and watch the sun go down…Roll on July 2021.

 

 Yesterday at Another Answer – what was great about it?  

 – My colleagues were in the office and we had a Teams meeting with a long standing client. It was great to catch up with them virtually, and plan our strategy for them for the coming months – a good days work.

Published On: October 14, 2020

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