0 Twenty Questions with Chris Marsden

ChrisMarsdenChris Marsden - doesn't go about things in a roundabout way, as the moles are about to find out!


Who are you? Chris Marsden, Marine Engineer, volunteer groundsman at Arundel Cricket Club.

Family Status - Married to Karen with a teenage son called Daniel and a Black Lab called Kirsty.

Who is your hero and why? The great explorer Ernest Shackleton (commitment, dedication and a leader of men)

What is your dream holiday? Would love to explore Australia.

What annoys you the most? People not indicating on roundabouts.

What would you change about yourself? A few inches off the waistline.

Who wouldn't you like to be? The moles on the outfield when I catch them.

Favourite record and why? Gold by Spandau Ballet, a fantastic karaoke song.

Who would you choose to spend a romantic evening with? I will have to say the wife.

If you won the lottery what would be the first thing you would do? Not tell anyone.

If you were to describe yourself as a musical instrument, what would you be and why? A base drum, because it can be played quietly in the background or loudly in the foreground.

What is the best advice you have been given? Don't eat yellow snow.

What is your favourite smell? Freshly ground coffee.

What do you do in your spare time? Fix lawnmowers and small tractors.

What is the daftest work related question you have ever been asked? Too many to be able to pick out one.

What is your favourite piece of kit? Ransomes Triple Mower.

What three words would you use to describe yourself? Honest, trustworthy and committed.

What talent would you like to have? To predict the lottery numbers.

What makes you angry? People who put away dirty equipment, and computer software.

What law/legislation would you like to see introduced? Corporal punishment.

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