Wayne, Charlotte and supporters in front of Lamplighters pub.

The Lamplighters pub has now been closed for four years. Churchill properties bought the building, hoping to find a brewery to come forward and run it. Hopes took a step forward last year as planning permission was granted for houses in some of the pub's substantial garden to fund the significant building and structural repair work that is needed for the pub.

However, no brewery or business has yet come forward to run the pub. The community of Avonmouth and Shirehampton is full of talent, skills and ability and our local MP Charlotte Leslie, and Councillor Wayne Harvey want to see if we can harness our community's drive and ability to run the pub collectively as a co-operative pub.

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Recent Comments

I would love to have somewhere to go to enjoy this beautiful and historic area.

After a good walk with the dog it's a great half way house before the return journey back to the village. Hope it accommodates responsible dogs & owners when it reopens I could be putting money in the till 7 days a week and if there's tea &biscuits my wife would make that twice daily....

Fantastic Memories of the early 80s so glad its to re-open

Potentially moving to Shirehampton - please help this lovely old local to get going again!

i have been hoping to visit shirehampton this year,thinking i might find accomadation here i lived on the portway 1949 until 1951

Beautiful location with lots of potential. It has failed as a pub because of lack of support and custom. This will need to be a multi use family and community concern to attract enough custom

This pub has so much potential! Myself and my partner have made various enquiries regarding the sale or lease of the Lamplighters and no one had ever got back to us

This 'house was built around 1760 and should be a listed building and Bristol has a responsibility to maintain it in some way. The history of it is amazing and needs preserving

Shirehampton needs a good pub with good food badly. It has plenty of lovely people and would be full all the time!

was my local 40years ago!

Well Done Charlotte

One of the best settings for a pub in Bristol and one I have used often when I lived in Bristol and one I would visit regularly now I have returned to live here.

The lamplighters was a great pub especially for families
We need this re-opened so that the community can have a decent pub again

Its got to come back

I lived in Shirehampton many years ago and it was the lamps that I met my wife I now live out of the area and is it such a shame that this lovely pub with a fantastic location is closed and still closed after all these years,if it reopened I will go back and have a drink or a meal keep up the petition and let's get the lamps open again.

I have fond memories of The Lamplighters from the 1960s when I lived in Dursley Road.I believe this is not only a community pub but has a potential to major on food as a destination pub too.

I remember going to the Lamps with my family when I was a child it is a shame that I cannot continue a family tradition.

Shire is missing a good pub with good food bring back the lamplighters...

Would be a shame to see a good family orientated pub be closed down forever.

The pub was my local when I lived in Shire. Would be a shame to see it become yet another block of apartments

Lovely pub. Sad to hear it had closed. Would be fantastic to see this well loved community pub back open.

I grew up in shirehamption and spent many happy times in the lamplighters it's a part of our history it's in a beautiful spot and needs saving

The only pub in shire that you can take kids to, a real family pub and superb location with great history.

I grew up in Shire and have
lots of good memories of the
Lamplighters also as a member of CAMRA it was known for its
real ales

Too many pubs of character are being closed, and demolished. The sites then being used for house building. The Lamps has stood on the bank of the Avon for many years, and should continue to do so as a community pub

Always enjoyed my visits (several) using the Temple Meads to Severn Beach line. A great waterside pub sadly missed.

The history of the pub is to be commended. It can have a great future with some investment to provide good beer and food in a welcoming atmosphere. Lets make it happen.

Please reopen the pub it's a big part of our history & that of my parents & grandparents & would be great if it could be part of my children's history too, we really miss the pub & would love nothing more than to see it reopen I'm sure I speak on behalf of most locals
Bring back our lamps!

I may not live in shirehampton any longer but still visit and have lots of family and friends who used the pub and feel it would benefit the community by being brought back.

Lets get involved and work together we have the skills locally. we need full commitment, we can acheive.

a building like this needs to saved many fantastic memories at this pub

Used to go to the Lamplighters as a kid in the 60's

Happy memories of my childhood when we enjoyed Saturday evenings with Mum Dad and brothers.Still visit the Lamplighters when in the area.

a fab pub near the river. I often used it for refreshments for walking groups after walks.

Save the Lamps!! Would be such a waste we've missed it and need it back.
Well done Wayne, let's save this fab location for a pub!

Bring back a decent pub for Shire....it will tie the community back together.

A good pub is what Shirehampton needs. with good beer and good food with a family friendly atmosphere. I remember going there with family as a child and would love to see it up and running again.

It was a lovely pub, great place to socialise love to see it open again.

So sad to see this great pub looking in the state it is now. It's sadly missed by my dogs to stop off after a long mooch.. Ok and by me! We can't lose it cos once it's gone it's gone forever. Hope somebody can step in a save it for our community.

What a waste of what was a great old pub . Great position by the river , was busy at all times in its heyday .

Nice to see Wayne Harvey fighting for Shirehampton. Come on Shire open your eyes to the fact that the area has lost major assets and the council will continue ignoring the area unless people make some noise.

Lovely pub, great location, should be part of the community again.

Cracking pub, great for families, lovely garden, don't let's lose yet another hub of the community. How are people supposed to get to know each other these days?

bring back the Lamps

had many a happyhour there

The pub was a great way for the locals to meet and within walking distance, it would be great to have it re-opened to keep the community together. Lots of events were held here.

The location of the pub was unique, a great place to stop when out walking, it is shameful to see the building in ruins.

bring it back!

Pity Wetherspoons can't be persuaded to take it on. If you visit their latest one in Whiteladies Road most of the clientel are from the Shirehampton area inlcuding me.

"Lamps" part of Shirehampton tradition. Must not be destroyed. Keep up the good work Wayne.

Such a nice pub and easy to walk to.

It`s a crying shame that the pub is closed.What more do people want than a pub by the river to have a nice meal and a drink. the pub is situated perfectly by the river

Long awaited - hope we will be successful. A much missed and greatly needed local pub. Lots of good memories.

Lovely pub, great location - very much missed. An essential part of the community.

This pub is in a lovely location and it would be wonderful if it were reopened.

Let's get my 'local' open again

I grew up in Shirehampton and the 'Lamps' was always a place we went, I remember it when it was a carvery and we went nearly every week, we walked our dogs in the adjoining park. Please save this family pub, I held functions and funeral wakes in the 'Lamps' and have always held it dear to my heart.

Fantastic pub, fantastic location, centre of the community, great memories as both a child and an adult there, would be such a shame to see it replaced with anything but a refurbished pub.

Great pub, great location. Sorely missed. So much potential.. Bring it back please!!

be good to have a nice family pub with in walking distance again many good times in the past had there be nice to have some more

Good job Wayne, bring back some Shire community

Please save

This is an old but very traditional and friendly pub - Please don't close it

it is such a waste it needs to be reopened we need a family pub in shirehampton

Was a lovely pub. It is really missed by a lot of people.

This use to be a lovely pub. Where you could like your family & enjoy an afternoon / evening enjoying their company!!!

Please hurry up and save this pub it is missed by all the community

Went there a fare few times in my slightly younger days had a great atmosphere and always welcoming.
Save our Lamplighters !

Fond childhood memories of this place, especially the bonfire and firework events!

Would really love to return to this pub so many memories held there

Such a beautiful location, this Pub needs saving.

Time to re open the lamps we need a good family pub in the area

Such a waste of what should be a fantastic, local facility in a knock out setting!

Family meals, local atmosphere, would be lovely to see it open

Great pub, good food and a nice garden for the summer. Idea place to stop for a drink while walking the dog

Have a lot of happy memories of the lamplighters and it is a real shame it closed

We need a nice family pub where children can run free in the garden, as well as be provide with a nice home cooked meal. I would definitely like to see this pub back up and running rather than going to the grave as have many others...

great pub

I would fully support this pub, it's in a wonderful location and I would make sure all my friends knew about it as well.

Please open the Lamps again, we spent our childhood down there!

Please keep it open such a great community family pub

Save the lamplighter, what an amazing place

Fond memories of the Lamps. Roast dinners with my Nan and Grampa. Playing outside in the fields by the river (every Summer). First kiss on the wall outside... Shire needs the Lamps.

Hope it can be saved, enjoyed many a good night in there.

The pub used to be in my family. My uncle is gavin Vincent he used to run it for a very good friend ive lived in this place to and when I come back home from Somerset I love seeing it from motorway cause it brings back lots of memories :)

It's a Great local Pub in a fantastic riverside location that has been left in a mess for too long we miss the cozy Pub that was a meeting place for the local community

Needs to be done up right to stand a chance, pub was losing its way long before it shut - a proper revamp and overhaul is needed.

it would be lovley to see this open back up as a pub or restaurant, such a nice location, im sure it would be well used !!

Lovely old pub and part of Bristol's heritage. I may not be local but would definitely pay a visit for our Friday night drinks with friends.

My friends and I used to eat there regularly for lunch and we miss this local pub very much.

Many happy memories of coming to the Lamplighters with family and friends...really miss the opportunity of sitting outside on a sunny day or summer evenings in such an unusual location. Would be GRRRReat to see it open again!!!

Had my engagement party and my 40th birthday party at this awesome pub! would be fab to be able to have my 50th there!

I am a Bristolian born and bred and frequented the Lamplighters from time to time since I came out of the Army in 1972. It is a riverside pub which I always enjoyed visiting and which is important to Bristol's heritage.

Its such a shame to see something that has so much potential be such an eye-sore. It is in a beautiful location and surrounded by so many potential customers - it could be a great investment if it was right.

please dont let us lose this piece of history

I used to travel from Somerset to go to the Lamps :)

it would make a great weatherspoon pub so much potential. We need to keep this much loved lamplighters.

Need our heritage kept and local community need nice family pub

Grew up in shire with many happy memories of the lamplighters. My friends and family are still there and there is no where to take the kids when we visit. Save the pub

We need a family friendly pub. Nice setting for it too with the park, boats etc.

Would be lovely to have a family pub to stop off at whilst out walking the dog and taking the kids to the park.

It would be a fantastic addition to Weatherspoons portfolio

It has so much potential. Must be re opened.

Would be lovely to see this pub open again, lovely location. Myself and my partner would definitely use it as we walk our dogs down by the river most days.

The Lamplighters was a wonderful family pub/ restaurant for years and to lose it would be a crying shame. It is in a beautiful location and could provide a real community venue with some TLC.

This has been a focal point
of Shirehampton since my childhood. What a waste to see a lovely building in a
desirable spot closed for good

I can't walk far so really miss my local, including the Sunday lunches!Lamplighters is a fantastic location for someone to make a go of it.

Such an integral part of village life which is already a lost, to make the loss permanent would be unforgivable.
It's a shame that at this point there is appears no apparent plans to reinstate a local icon.

Please re-instate this once wonderful local, it is sorely missed.

Fantastic location. Great family pub, lots of potential.

i used to go to this pub all the time when i was in shire. very friendly people.

Aunt jane used to work there

I will even work there if you need staff !!!!!!

I have just written a biography of a London banker that includes the Lamplighters. After stealing the equivalent of 13 million pounds in 1828 he fled to Bristol and stayed the night at the Lamplighters where he found a pilot willing to take him into the channel to find a boat going to America. This he did and never returned.

always gave us a good excuse to go for a walk, with good beer and ever changing scenery when we get there.

Bought my first pint in the Lamplighters. Won't say how old I was but I wasn't legal.

This was the only decent pub in shirehampton was very sad to see it go.

I met my husband whilst I worked behind the bar at the Lamplighters. Vintage Inns does a fantastic trade at the Priory in Portbury.

I used to enjoy a drink with my mates in 'The Lamplighters' in the 50's.
I only wish we had pub's
like it in New Zealand.
Please ensure it remains
in existance so that I may enjoy a pleasant evening & a decent beer when I come for a holiday back in 'Outer Pomgolia'in future.

My mum & dad used to run this pub back in 1970!

Keep our village alive

Not to reopen The Lamplighters could go down in history as one of Shire's most tragic, regressive and soul-destroying developments.

Shire needs a decent pub again! Long live the lamps

Shire needs the Lamps!!

My dad's local when I was young had my wedding reception there in 1970

Get a licensee who is not greedy and a liquor supplier who is not expensive!!!

Dear Charlotte. I have just spoken to an old friend of mine Leon Franklin(used to be the tenant of the Lamplighter), and he tells me that the Lamplighter has been sold to a developer. Have you any other information on this please? Best regards, Tony.

first pint legal 51 now

The end of an era :-(

This pub has been a beautiful setting for many romantic nights for us, you can only imagine our disappointed faces one night when we went for a drink by the riverside to find the pub boarded up!

Why do you not try Wetherspoon. They are always looking for pubs to open. And are interested in local pubs.

All licensees take note:-An opportunity is coming where all pubs can show 'the establishment' what is needed to ensure our pubs/clubs remain open. Contact me at clubliaison@freedom2choose.info for more details.

The Lamps is just a short walk from my mother's house in Shirehampton, and was always a first point of call when visiting, a real shame to see it closed.

It's a beauiful setting, beautiful building. Lots of outside space. The only pub in shirehampton which caters for families with Children.
It was always busy and had a great atmosphere.

Lamplighters was the best pub in the area and sad loss to Shirehampton. It must be reopened!

The Lamps was the best pub in Shire. I can't believe Enterprise Inns hasn't invested in it. Shire is a bit of a desert as far as decent, friendly, pubs are concerned.

The Lamplighters has always been a great place for families and friends to meet for food and social events. It will be sadly missed. It seems to me that the whole of this area of Shirehampton is under attack from the developers. STOP THEM NOW !!!

I grew up in Pill and my family still live there. The Lamplighters has always been very much part of the local community on both sides of the river. It has a brilliant location which will be very important in our futures which undoubtedly will have greater emphasis on community living and less travel.

local pubs are dying by the day and communites need a decent pub to visit ,meet drink and chat.this community cannot afford to loose this pub.

Shirehampton now has few community facilities left to it. We have no swimming pool, pool hall, bingo hall, sports centre and not even many allotment sites left; all closed by the City council. A pub is always the heart of a community and the Lamplighters has been well supported during the 22 years I've lived in the area. Local people all miss it. It was blissful to be able to walk 'round there at the end of the week for a drink and the 'best steak and kidney pies ever!'. Please give us back our pub...

it is a wonderful pub, and was a regular stop off after climbing in the Avon Gorge. Also as it is so close to the Severn Beach line it is very convenient for a evening out of the city and a drink by train. Please do whatever needs to be done to keep it open !

This pub used to be the final stop on a long walk I used to do from Bristol, Pill, Shirehampton. Always a welcome site! Please do not let this great pub, in a great location become yet more faceless flats.

My husband and I used to go there with our children every Sunday for lunch and often sat in the garden on a summers evening for a drink before it got tired and uncared for it needs refurbishing and a new lease of life it is sad to see it boarded up and vandalised

Not my local but a lovely pub I visit several times a year and one son worker there one summer, It would be a tragedy if this pub was lost. It has a great position and facilities and with an enthusiastic new landlord I am sure could be a commercial sucess.

An historic building and integral to the community of Shirehampton. Too many pubs in the area closing,the LAMPLIGHTERS was one of the best. Spent my teenage years there, my first bar job, my wedding reception in 1986, subsequent quizzes, lunches, dog walks, nights out with friends. Has the best view and beer garden. A history and architecture that should not be denied to future generations, and it would be a sacrilidge to demolish it, or for developers to profit from our loss.

I have several family members still living in this area where my parents grew up ans have often visited this historic pub.

Both my in-laws were brought up in Shirehampton area and still have relatives there. Have visited the pub on several occasions and it is a fascinating historic pub.

The lamplighters pub is a community pub, it has lots of memories, for many people and many occasions. with the right management, we have a historical gem...

A pub with a fantastic location, surely it's not much to ask that with proper management and publicity this could turn into the gem it rightly deserves to be!

Ive been going there since i was a todler it is an amazing pub and need to make a big come back XD before my 18th ;) x

its a good pub :D

it cant close 6 months before my 18th

This was a great pub, and needs a new lease of life.

Although I live in London I have been to the Lamplighters during a visit to Bristol. I liked the pub and hope to visit it again when I'm next in Bristol, if it's still open.

This pub needs to be saved. It has huge potential.

This should be a real 'destination' pub, and the proximity of the railway station means you could have a decent session and not worry about the car.

The Lamplighters hold a lot of wonderful memories including our Wedding Reception in 1964

This is a lovely pub,and in a brilliant position with the nearest pub in shirehampton high st.it has been there for many years and loved by many people[not just the locals]don't let the developers obliterate yet another traditional british pub and take yet another heart from our comunities

although we don't live near, we used to come over to the lamplighters for lunchtime meals as they were always good food and reasonable prices. I would be sad to see it closed for good

I would love it to be turned into a real family pub/resturant just like Bees Tea gardens. Which is very sucessful. It is an ideal place to stop after a long journey from the motorway if you are travelling on further.

Too many pubs going down this path.

An historical pub with so much potential must be saved.

So much potential...

History should be preserved.

This is a pub that my family has enjoyed over many years with the annual beer festival and regular nights out. It would be devastating to see a gem like this disappear.

An absolute scandal .Enterprise Inns should be ashamed.Yet another treasured local hostelry being culled.Stop it now!!!

Save the Lamplighters Pub!

This place is part of our heritage. Don't let it be lost.

Please let us keep our hertiage

It was excellent when Paul & Dee ran it, and still good under Leon. Sadly it has become another victom of greedy pubcos. With the right management and some publicity it could become a destination for people from far and wide using the Severn Beach line to reach it.

I have enjoyed some great times in this pub. It has the potential to be an excellent community pub. It should be saved from closure.

This pub deserves to have the chance to be one of Bristol's best once again.

Pub with huge potential. It must be saved for the local community.
Don't let the PubCo destroy another great pub.
This is a great community asset and with 2 levels, a fantastic location on the riverfront - so muct potential! Please save the Lamplighters.

did an investigation there as part of the nightwalkers paranormal investigators

This was a cracking pub, with a changing range of real ales being sold. The building needs investment for refurbishment (as acceptable by English Heritage). There is strong potential for profitability with its floorspace being used for business functions, wedding receptions, parties, etc. It is a very relaxing spot on which to drink, and a quiet area, but with interesting activities from neighbouring organisations.

The lamplighters CAN'T be permantely closed down. Surely it would be too much of a treasured and historical building to allow this to happen. It has been a part of Shirehampton since I can remember. My parents took myself and brothers there often as as children to play outside while sipping on lemonade and munching crisps. 40 years ago I celebrated my engagement there too along with all my family. The Lamplighters has such a beautiful name and located in such a lovely position it would be almost criminal to let it go into extinction. Even though I live in Australia now, I still care about this so pleeese stop the rot!

We miss the local pub

I know this pub weel i used it a lot when i was at shirehampton doing a course at the BT scool

The history of this building is so important to Bristol's history that it should be Grade II listed if someone knows how to do it. Don't let the owners turn it into a block of flats. The field along side is a flood plain so should not be built on, but beware Bristol Planners giving permission - they have allowed houses on flood plains in the past!

Brilliant family pub, great shame if it's finished.

Beautiful and historic setting, the ferry possibly used for well over 2000 years. Great, historic
family pub with one of the very best of waterside views. to let it fall into dereliction would be crazy as well as scandalous.

We live in Plymouth but we used the Lamplighters whenever we visited Bristol. Lovely pub

Used to use,and loved the Lamplighters when I lived in Shirehampton many years ago. The pub is in a wonderful setting and must be saved.

This pub is in a perfect location for all the family with plenty of open space for children to play whilst parents enjoy a drink. I think it would need upgrading and decor to attract new clients and also encourage a good family menu.

The Lamplighters is the only decent pub in Shirehampton. If it closes there will be nowhere for local people to have a drink safely.

im sure that a nice evening out socially on occasion is much more healthier than spending every night in front of the tv with a cheap supermarket bottle of wine! come on government think about it! Also I think this particular pub itself is lovely and maybe if the food side of it was pushed a little it could do very well indeed! all the best

This pub should not be lost. I have enjoyed good food in this restful setting,but at other times a great place for famillieswith plenty of space outside, it would be so sad if a piece of history died when it has the potential to go on living and serving the community for many years to come.

The Lamplighters is in a brilliant location, and was a place where I would take foreign visitors to look over the river side. It only needs people with imagination and money to make the most of this potentially great building and its setting.It was also a great pub for real ale too !

Great location for a pub. Needs upgrading.

The Lamplighter is a special part of local history, please dont let this popular pub go the way of so many others.I can remember walking up the dirt track by the riverside from Avonmouth with my Mum, Dad and Sister when we lived in Avonmouth back in the 1940/50s we looked forward to this treat and had great fun in the garden and enjoyed our bottle of lemonade and packet of Smiths crisps, whilst the parents had a drink sat outside,like a lot of other local people there are many memories over the years, it would be a great shame for the owners to let this beautiful georgian building full into disrepair.PLEASE RE-OPEN THE LAMPS ASAP

The only decent pub,i felt comfortable in.

such a shame to close this local pub !booo!

the lamplighers is a big part of are community we need it here

May folks up and down the country like to have a pub by the waterside and here we are wasting our local one.

Its also part of the local and Bristol heritage being situated opposite Pill who still have their pub at the otherside of the ancient slipway.

Some very fond memories of the Lamplighters.We always enjoy a drink or two when we return home for a visit.It would be hard to imaging a quiet stroll along the river bank not ending with a pleasent drink.

Even though I've moved away from Bristol I still visit often and the Lamplighters are part of my memory of my childhood spent outside drinking lemonade with my family 40 years ago.

This pub is in a beautiful location and has a lot of history and is the heart of the community. It is shocking that it is closed. It's such an asset to Shirehampton.

Lovely old pub, needs to be kept open. Allowed to get in a mess, if brought up to standard will be a success again!

The best pub in Shirehampton ! In fact, the best pub for miles around

Before too long it will be too late. Missing Roof tiles, smashed windows, only a matter of time before the historic old building is burnt out. Just what Enterprize Inns wanted. Shame on you Enterprize. Witherspoons restore listed properties not detroy them!

I have met friends here every month since 1991. It must be kept open.

how many signatures???
Where were you all when Leon needed you.GREAT PUB but too many hypocrites.

Lets see this pub open again by the summer.The landlords Enterprise need to spend a fair amount of money and I believe this pub could thrive once more

Please don't take away the best pub in Shirehampton. Or the Green Space behind. If I had the money I would buy the lot to stop developers taking away all our pleasure.

I met my husband in the "Lamps" nearly 28 years ago. We now live in Canada with our three children, but still the Lamplighter Pub holds found memories for us. Whenever we are back in Shirehampton visiting my Mom we always take our children there. We were very upset to hear this Shirehampton landmark will be no more. I am sure there are many other couples who also met in the "Lamps"

Please save the only good pub in Shirehampton

Can't believe a pub in such a spot with such potential could close!!

We the undersigned believe that The Lamplighters Pub is a vital community facility, pledge to use the pub, and request that all efforts are made to reopen the Lamplighters Pub for the community of Shirehampton and beyond.

Submitted by Charlotte Leslie
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  • Alan Findlay
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  • R W Skelton
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  • Ian Willshear
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  • Linda John
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  • Allison Hawkesby
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  • Mr Michael Alan Green
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  • Karen Payne
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  • Anonymous
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  • Claire Harvey
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  • David George Watson
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  • Heidi Tremlett
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  • Byron Summers
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  • Anonymous
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  • Leigh Armstrong
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  • June Randles {gazzard}
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  • Ruth Morris
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  • Anonymous
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  • Cheryl Martin
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  • Anonymous
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  • Patricia Neal
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  • Julie Watson
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  • Anonymous
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  • Alex Sills
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  • David Rodgers
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  • Ryan James
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  • Philip James
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  • Anonymous
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  • Nick Venn
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  • Jade Bennett
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  • Anonymous
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  • Jon Bennett
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  • Sue Beecham
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  • Roger Buck
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  • Leanne Phillips
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  • John Young
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  • Anonymous
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  • Martin Newberry
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  • Nick Hunt
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  • Lindsey Prescott Mears
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  • Rob Smith
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  • Tracey Hunter
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  • Brent Hughes
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  • Paul Welfare
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  • Ivor Stinchcombe
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  • Kim Northcott
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  • Stuart Chapman
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  • Louise Williamson
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  • Mark Hares
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Amy Louise Stevens
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Julie Clarke
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  • Jon Maxwell
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  • Jonathan Weller
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  • Jill Williamson
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  • Pauline Mackay
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  • Hazel Parker
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  • D R Parker
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  • Andy Daniels
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  • Anonymous
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  • Ella Calland
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  • Anonymous
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  • Jon Pearce
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  • Anonymous
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  • Mary Brown
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  • Nigel Barker
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  • Anonymous
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  • Mark Keightley
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  • Trevlynn Sawyer
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  • Richard Hill
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  • Anthony Barber
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  • Louis Curtis
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  • Daniel Hill
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Tom Green
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  • Phillip Chard
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  • Natasha Stokes
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  • Bev White
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  • Clarissa Roberts
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  • Anonymous
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  • Lily Hastings
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  • Esther Cassell
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  • Claire Stevens
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  • Kelvin V Bullivant
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  • Lizzie Lennox
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  • Anonymous
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  • Julie Milton
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  • Gary Hamilton
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  • Mathew Hayfield
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  • Heather Padden
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  • Nathan Snow
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Wayne Sargent
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  • Jamie Mcgregor
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  • Duncan Patterson
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  • James Vincent
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  • Becky Rogers
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  • Anonymous
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  • Leanne Thompson
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  • Zoey Harshaw
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  • Nick Holder
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  • Anonymous
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  • Sharon Bridgeman
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  • Emma Rich Payne
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  • Jayne Mcgarry
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  • Kelly Clark Allaway
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  • Claire Browne
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  • Cherie Hale
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  • Vicki Buck
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • George Rooke
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  • Donna Jauncey
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  • Jade Francis
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  • Lesley Simmons
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  • Anonymous
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  • Shelley Straughan
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  • Jack Harvey
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  • Craig Webb
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  • Darren Harvey
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  • Paul Brimson
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  • Kirsty Young-hammett
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  • Carolyne Wheeler
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  • Anonymous
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  • Mike Cridland
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Jess Griffiths
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  • Jon Scrivin
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  • Laura Blunt
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  • Emma Weston
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  • Simon Evans
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  • Kierra Druce
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  • Anonymous
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  • Laurence Binks
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  • Michael Hooper
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  • Lee Thomas
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  • Harriett Padfield
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  • Thomas Edwards
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  • Will Harding
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  • Hollie Golding
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  • Paul Burt
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  • Anonymous
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  • Steve Horton
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  • Neil Russell
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  • Clare Lock
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  • Martin Sims
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  • Matthew Mccall
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  • Richard Williamson
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  • Anonymous
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  • Michael Shinner
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Sarah Mcguire
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  • Clare Fairholm
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  • Sophie Lennox
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  • David O'hagan
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  • Anonymous
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  • Kim Greene
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  • Anonymous
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  • Haley Mogg
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  • Sarah Jewell
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  • Kerry Matthews
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  • Nick Holmes
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Sophie Sollars
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  • Anonymous
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  • Laura Brown
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  • Dena Potter
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  • Abigail Moore
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Roger Ashbee
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  • Caroline Andrews
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Sam Whittaker
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  • Anonymous
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  • Julie Rands
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  • Carol Gullick
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  • Darren Chilcott
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  • Josh Chilcott
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  • Anonymous
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  • Daniel Mattingley
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  • Tanya Atapattu
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  • Claire Arrowsmith
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  • Barnaby Arrowsmith
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  • Anonymous
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  • J.edwards
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  • Anonymous
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  • Alex Green
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Agnieszka Karlinska-burfoot
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Paul Wiltshire
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  • Alyson Bowen
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  • Nigel Bowen
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  • Darren Nightingale
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  • Wayne Harvey
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  • James Thuc
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  • Courtney Harvey
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  • Lindsey Harvey
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  • Gavin Fance
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  • Kirsty Mains
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  • Carl Whiting
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  • Holly Crampton
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  • Paul Bangay
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  • Steve Durndford
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  • Jayne Macleod
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  • Anonymous
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  • Laura Blunt
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  • Hannah Spencer
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  • Anonymous
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  • David Parker
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  • Anonymous
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  • Angela Harper
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  • Anonymous
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  • Oivind Hovland
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  • Jess Watts
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  • Sam Mogg
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  • Mike Taylor
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  • Ann Aston
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  • Anonymous
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  • Bridget Williams
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  • Jon Pearce
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Steve Jones
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  • Emma Richardson
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  • Matt Smythe
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  • Helen Edgeworth
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  • Jan Howard
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  • Gary Rogers
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  • Phil Johnson
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  • John Constable
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  • James Holder
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  • Anonymous
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  • Natasha Mcgregor
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  • Danny White
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  • Anonymous
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  • Bob Mapstone
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Lucy Mattock
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Richard Livingstone
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Jonathan Gledson
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  • Julie Griffiths
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  • Georgina Buchanan
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  • Lilian Bennett
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  • Emma Young
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  • Neil Harrison
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  • Neil Quarmby
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  • Clive Farquhar
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • Jan Stockburn
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  • Sue Solway
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  • Lucy Tucker
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  • Pauline Whitaker
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  • Barry Watson
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  • Steve Ponting
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  • Helen Connor
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  • Anonymous
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  • Anonymous
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  • David Lupton
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  • Steven Francis
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  • Chris Dunmur
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  • Anonymous
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  • David Swithinbank
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  • Anonymous
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  • Tanya Deasy
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  • Christine Purdy
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  • Jane Hicks
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  • Simon Hicks
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  • Anonymous
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  • Sandra Hosier
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  • Jon Dalton
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  • Jackie Parker
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  • Andrew Hall
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  • Ian Reeve
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  • Graham Rooth
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  • Catherine Harding
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  • Philip Coombes
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  • James Payne
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  • Nick Walters
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  • Mike Chappell
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  • Edward Lennox
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  • Dan Raby
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  • Ryan Willshear
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  • Mary Stonehouse
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  • Les Cooper
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  • Martin Luck
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  • Anonymous
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  • Rachel Luck
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  • Paul Price
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  • Chris Millman
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  • Julia Tucker
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  • David Culliford
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  • Jeff Osman
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  • Dorothy Alway
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  • Anonymous
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  • David Ch Mander
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  • Alessandro Pisu
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  • Dermot Hunt
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  • Pat Tucker
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  • Dave Tucker
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  • Darron Nicholson
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  • Denis Jarrett
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  • James Harris
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  • Robin Felton
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  • Jill Walker
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  • Jane Finn
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  • Anonymous
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  • Rob Nicholson
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  • Philip Bowman
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  • Anonymous
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  • Gary Denton
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  • Kimberly Martin
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  • Rebecca Payne
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  • Brian Exford
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  • Scott Campbell
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  • John Bacon
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  • Anonymous
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  • Val Moody
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  • Anonymous
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  • Norman Spalding
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  • Conor O'neill
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  • Steve Plumridge
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  • David Jane
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  • Mark Steeds
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  • Peter Bridle
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  • Dean Showering
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  • Anonymous
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  • J Hetherington
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  • Matt Redmond
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  • Sarah Griffiths
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  • Carole Claridge
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  • Nicola Husher
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  • Keith Claridge
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  • Anonymous
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  • Michael Dunne
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  • Duggie Moore
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  • Steven Cummings
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  • Winston Jacob
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  • Anonymous
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  • Pat Orum
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  • Joyce Orum
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  • Chris Molan
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  • Darren Orum
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  • Paula Orum
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  • Carol Orum
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  • Patrick Orum
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  • Phil Cole
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  • Terry Hughes
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  • Anonymous
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  • Steven Mcconnell
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  • Anonymous
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  • Alison Dawson
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  • Wendy Clutterbuck
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  • Sean Corbett
  • |
  • Rebecca Jemmett
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  • Steff Jones
  • |
  • Alison Harding
  • |
  • Ian Harding
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  • Anita Mceleney
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  • Sarah Sammons
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  • Anonymous
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  • Ryan Jones
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  • Anonymous
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  • Gaye Senior-smith
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  • Jamie Hammond
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  • Anonymous
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  • Pauline Sadler
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  • Hilary Barber
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  • Anonymous
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  • Stuart Armstrong
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  • Joanne Armstrong
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  • Colin Davis
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  • Alan Payne
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  • Jo Mein
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  • Vikki Mein
  • |
  • Jerry Morris
  • |
  • Steve Wicks
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  • Des Milkins
  • |
  • Anita Milkins
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  • Mike Turner
  • |
  • Anonymous
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  • Graham Thomas
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  • Joe Pring
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  • Anonymous
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  • Kim White
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  • Anonymous
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  • Wayne Forder
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  • Vanessa Evans
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  • Anonymous
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  • Ann Wilkes
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  • Virginia Shearing
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  • Matthew Shearing
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  • Michael Edwards
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  • Sue Wilkes
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  • Richard Carey
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  • Terence Dumbrell
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  • Anonymous
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  • Jessica Low
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  • David Neal
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  • Anonymous
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  • Gavin Thomas
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  • Paulette Hayward Nee Ashford
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  • Anthony J. Franklin
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  • Gill Wheeler
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  • Mark Bone
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  • Barbara Green
 

Promoted by Kevin Staples on behalf of C. Leslie, both of 5 Westfield Park, Bristol, BS6 6LT