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Wire wool spinning in Dover.

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Nice one, never tried the wool spinning myself, will have to give it a go! :thumb

Doesn't seem to last long before it burns out?

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Never tried myself either..does look good in the odd shot tho i must admit..thats a lot of candles to pick bacj up again theres many steps in there :)

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There were a lot Wevs! Some other s***s just left their rubbish and their candles behind!

Nice to see theres some decent people about who pick up after them selfes..some may say why bother but if everyone thought like that the place would be a tip,no road sweapers employed for them parts lol

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