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Hazel Geddes

Born on the 3rd September 1951 Hazel Geddes was raised in Harrogate where She stayed for the initial seven months of his life. Later moving to Poole with his father. Hazel's specialised subject at The University of Essex was geography. Hazel has 3 brothers Calvin, Cory and Wade Geddes. When he is not working at Kingfisher Hazel likes hiking. Hazel is settled with his husband Wade Geddes. They have been married since 1997.

Ms Hazel Geddes says

Well I like to go out as much as possible. I enjoy hiking and watching TV.
I am living in Poole.

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