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Glenn Rowlett

Glenn Rowlett was born in Salop in 1975, he moved to Brighton in 2003. Glenn has 2 brothers Johny and Irvin. In his free time Glenn enjoys going to the the pictures and playing drums. Other areas of interest include listening to radio 2.

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Hello everyone I am Glenn. I am from Brighton in the UK, I am married. I'm 35 years of age. I work hard which means I do not get much time to myself. My hobbies are going to the the pictures and playing drums, as well as relaxing with family.

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