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  1. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenbyrne View Post
    Once again a fantastic job on the Polo's, Hoodies and Sweat-shirts, thanks a mill Trev.

    The quaitly and detail, I don't know how you manage to sit by the fire and embroider all those garments, your poor hands.

    Thanks again for a fantastic job
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    A big thank you to Brian, Geraldine and Jochen for a great week end. Ye went to a lot of bother for the rest of us.

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    OOOOOPS
    Carol says a big thanks also. Had a great time and everyone made her feel so welcome.

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