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Amanda Serreno

Born on the 1st November 1949 Amanda Serreno was raised in Bournemouth where She stayed for the initial 6 years of his life. Then moving to Rotherham with his parents. Amanda has 3 sisters Lizzy, Kiaya and Edna Serreno. Amanda's auntie Mia Serreno was a professional snooker player .
Amanda works as a marketing director for Investec. There is not a lot Amanda Serreno enjoys more than dancing. Amanda married his husband Angelo Serreno in 2004. has supported Tottenham Hotspur since She was a kid and likes to get out and see them as much as often as She can. Amanda can often be found at The Black Griffin in Rotherham.

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Well I like to go away with friends. I enjoy dancing and playing badmington. I am from Rotherham.

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