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A note from the editors

By Chris Williams. Published: 16th May 22:31:10 | Permalink | Printable

Just a quick note to say..

  • Despite the editors preparing for their final exams, we have just about finished off the backlog of news; expect a flurry soon. A big sorry to those who we promised news articles and thanks for your patience.
  • You can expect drobe.co.uk to bring you live reports from this weekend's exciting Wakefield 2001 show plus aftershow photos and news.


Chris

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