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My name is Phil, from the UK (Manchester), now living in Upstate New York. My main subject interests are

  • Fire service history (UK)
  • Geology (UK and US)
  • Mining history (UK)
  • Food and drink
  • Folk music (UK)
  • Walking and back-packing

I have degrees in Geology (OU) and Fire Engineering (UCLAN). Now retired after doing 31 years in the UK Fire Service (GMCFRS). I am a UK Amateur Radio licence holder with the callsign G6HDD.

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Awarded for the detailed, logical, clearly laid out and impressive page on the Geology of Alderley Edge, as a particular example of your work on geology. Even if the page gets moved or merged, I think the work is worth the award. Reynardo (talk) 02:02, 17 September 2009 (UTC)

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