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Movie-mad family win a free year of film-going in Grantham

Reel duty manager Alex Marshall presents the Patton family with their cinema prize, a family ticket for a year. Photo: 0211A

Reel duty manager Alex Marshall presents the Patton family with their cinema prize, a family ticket for a year. Photo: 0211A

A Grantham family have won a competition to see films for free for a whole year at the Reel cinema.

Sarah Patton, her husband Martin, and their children Joe, 13, and Martha, nine, were delighted to be presented with their prize this week by duty manager Alex Marshall at the cinema.

The family took part in a questionnaire run by the cinema through the Journal to find out what film-goers thought of the Reel and how things could be improved.

After filling in the questionnaire, the Pattons are now looking forward to seeing loads of movies for free.

Martin said: “I am going to go every week now. I am a film buff so this is great.”

Martin is such a film buff he remembers going to see Jaws in 1975 every day for a week and his enthusiasm for cinema hasn’t waned.

Sarah said: “I love my films but not as much as the rest of the family! They will go and watch anything and everything.”

Martha and Joe said they would go and see lots of films in the school holidays. 
Martha said she was looking, in particular, to seeing Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

 

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