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Stuart Campan

Stuart Campan was born and raised in Stratford, he has resided in Stratford all his life. Stuart has three sisters Elise, Gwen and Ellena. Stuart's uncle Harley Campan lives nearby in Norwich. When he is not at Thomas Cook Stuart enjoys playing keyboard and playing piano. Stuart has always wanted to visit Japan.

About Me Stuart Campan

I am not clever just fairly sensible. I can not stand people who do not stand up for themselves. I worry myself too much and get things out of proportion. I love playing keyboard. I am 38 years old and have a optimistic outlook on life.

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