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James Mann

James Mann was born on the 8th September 1965, he moved from Essex to Stoke on 2003. James Mann achieved a 2:2 in law at The University of Westminster. James has 3 sisters Tamara, Luci and Deborah.

James has worked for BSS for 5 years. There is not a lot James Mann likes more than singing for his band. Other interests include learning to play guitar. James has always supported Portsmouth and goes to watch them as much as possible.

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I am a 45 year old graphic designer from Stoke, England. I graduated from The University of Westminster and now work for BSS.

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