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  And yet more compos....
  yet more winners announced!
  As you'll be aware, our competitions are rolling now (what I mean by rolling is that they don't run month to month, they come online when I want and end when I want - though'll you be told when they end). What does this really mean though? Basically, if you hit this site for competitions only, you'd better check daily as I'll be adding them at the drop of a hat, and some specials will end just as quickly! Also, some competitions will be hidden. Like the Van Helsing posters we had. A film review or article may contain an email competition... and if you're not reading the site you're not gonna find them! Oh well, onto this months winners:

Malice@Doll (answer: CGI)
L Lloyd (Swindon)
Anne Higgins (Carmarthen)

Arkoff Library Set (answer: Charles Bronson - not Houdini!)
D Robson (Oldham)

Valentin (answer: Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Jan Wroblewski (Deptford, London)
Bob Neish (Aberdeen)
S Parsons (Bedford)

Hard Word (answer: Ely, Cambrideshire, UK)
Stephen Catt (Leeds)
Roy Saunders (Manchester)
P Clark (Bristol)

Azumi (answer: 19th Century)
Andrew Richardson (Wellingborough, Northants)
Gary Cleminson (Clacton, Essex)
P Porter (Colne, Yorkshire)
  Darren Jones [5 Sep 2004 at 12:00]
     

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