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Julie Dodd

Julie Dodd was born on the 2nd November 1976, She moved from Dudley to Windsor on 2002. Julie Dodd's parents Lilly and Cary Dodd live in Shropshire. Julie has two brothers Herbert and Aron and a sister Briony. Julie has an uncle called Carlo Dodd, who also lives in Windsor. There is nothing Julie Dodd likes more than going to the theatre. Julie's favourite band is Green Day. If She had to be a creature Julie would love to be a Killer Whale.

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I am a 34 year old designer from Windsor in the UK. I graduated from The University of Winchester and now work for HSBC.

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