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Ayla McCamphill-Rose - Grew up on the same street.

Matt probably didn't want a younger girl hanging around but as next door but one neighbours and with only a couple of years between us I'm afraid he was stuck with me during our early years growing up. I have lovely memories of playing transformers with him, running around the garden together, staying with him at my Nans house and even him singing "Funky town" in his bedroom. But the last time I saw him, in the park, I wished him a very belated happy 40th birthday, we had a lovely chat, he gave me warm smiles and we had a lovely hug. I walked away from that meeting feeling very lucky to have grown up with such lovely friends and neighbours - our little Chuckery family. He will be missed.


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