Patricia Hearsey Age UK Barnet beneficiary: Clint Eastwood’s been my hero right the way through because I think he is lovely.
Mark Stephen Robinson – Age UK Barnet: We run a variety of different activities in the community, we run exercise classes, social clubs, cooking clubs. They [the Age UK Barnet beneficiaries] said ‘it would be nice to see films’ and we said ‘Yes, okay, so how do we do that?’
Louise Jennings - Age UK Barnet beneficiary: Well, as long as I can see some of the really old, good movies like Casablanca, Gone with the Wind and Rebecca especially.
Julia Hines – Age UK Barnet: There was a suggestion of a film club, but we don’t have a television. So, we thought that would be a nice idea, it would be a way of bringing people together.
Nell Thorp – Age UK Barnet beneficiary: I don’t like any of these [films] that are always fighting with guns lots of killing, I don’t like those type of things. I like something sort of jolly.
John Levy - Aviva: So if you won [funding from the Aviva Community Fund], how exactly would you spend the money?
Mark Stephen Robinson – Age UK Barnet: Well, what we would do is buy a couple of big televisions so that we could run a film club for the people who come to our centres.
John Levy - Aviva: There’s something else as well. A little bit extra. I’m here to tell you that you have actually won the £5,000 today.
Mark Stephen Robinson – Age UK Barnet: That’s really wonderful. Thank you very much indeed. You know, it’s not every day you get given £5,000 and I am really delighted.
Julia Hines – Age UK Barnet: We will be asking people what they want to watch for their first film and I hope it will be Some Like It Hot.
Louise Jennings - Age UK Barnet beneficiary: The other film I liked was the King of Eye and also Casablanca. They had a story behind them.
Unknown: We are very lucky, aren’t we? Lucky it is going to carry on.