|Grounded: Sally Wilton with Lickers the cat|
:We all make assumptions, and one of mine is that if an entrepreneur has sold a business for £21m she will live in
a swanky house. So why am I standing outside a pleasant but ordinary Edwardian end terrace in London’s Kensal Rise?
The clue is in the shy woman who opens the door, and the quirky building a few hundred yards away that announces on
its front wall, “I AM CINEMA, LOVE ME”. This is The Lexi cinema, a thriving art house centre that serves as a focus for the
community around it, and sends its profits to Lynedoch, an eco village in South Africa. Sally Wilton is the chief executive,
although these days she works for nothing. Or at least not for personal gain. READ MORE