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Woody

Good afternoon from rainy Surrey, UK...

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Hi All,

I'm Woody, I run Brighton Tattoo Convention and help organize The London Convention since the first year with Miki V.

Been meaning to check this Forum out for a little while so i'll stop waffling and go look around :)

Regards

W

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Welcome sir! We have a bunch of good people here. I have not been to The London Convention, but I would certainly love to. Thank you for organizing these events!

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So I see! Just a quick read has already shown my the quality of the forum! Will contribute as best I can :)

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Hi Woody welcome aboard , I think the English L.S.T. contingent might just be contenders for the tittle .

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