Episode 35 - Xmas Massacre Round Up

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  • Hi all. On this short show, Tony and Paul are joined by Matt Perriss to discuss the recent Xmas Massacre event we ran in Daventry. Apologies in advance for the quality in sound (and content!) We tried to be spontaneous with some interesting results. Next show will be back to normal (and our sooner than you think!)

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