My Weekend: Tracy Daniel

Tracy Daniel
Tracy Daniel
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Tracy Daniel, 50, is a supervisory assistant at a school and part-time cleaner. She lives in Waterlooville with her husband, son and a Siamese cat.

What was the last gig or concert you went to?

I went to the O2 to see the band Thirty Seconds To Mars with my husband and son. This was my first trip to the O2, it’s very impressive. The concert was packed but we had an excellent view of the stage.

What was the last book you read?

I’ve recently discovered Liane Moriarty and I am

currently reading What Alice Forgot. Alice loses 10 years of her memory. She thinks she is 29, pregnant with her first child and blissfully in love with her husband. She is horrified to discover she is 39, with three children and in the middle of a terrible divorce.

What’s your favourite way to relax?

Getting together with a friend or two for a cappuccino, a cake and a chat.

What do you watch on TV?

I like This Morning with Philip Schofield. The topics they cover on the show are often very informative.

Which celeb would you most like to spend a weekend with?

I think Olivia Colman (pictured) is fabulous. She is a great actress, has a lovely personality and a wicked sense of humour. I think we would have a great laugh.

Where do you eat out?

Port Solent. There is a choice of restaurants there and all set in attractive surroundings. It’s nice to walk around after a meal.

Where’s good for a day out locally?

I would recommend a walk around Bosham Harbour on a sunny day, as it’s very picturesque and has quaint craft and art shops.

And what about a day trip further afield?

We like to go to Basingstoke every now and then. Festival Place is a huge shopping centre where you can find almost anything you need. They also have a Wimpey and you don’t see many of those locally nowadays, so that’s our little treat.

Do you have any hobbies?

I sing with the fabulous Spinnaker Chorus, a four-part barbershop harmony chorus who sing a cappella style. I joined about 18 months ago. Everyone was so welcoming and friendly. I was just amazed to hear the beautiful sound they produced with only their voices and no instruments. I can definitely recommend singing as a hobby, so if there are any ladies out there wanting to give it a go, e-mail info@spinnakerchorus.co.uk. We meet every Wednesday evening at Blendworth Community Hall in Horndean.