Cambridge, United Kingdom
For those users that wish to be polite, please note that I *appreciate* your manners, and your respect is returned in kind, but I would like to formally, and explicitly, state that I would much, *much* appreciate not being called 'sir.' It makes me feel terribly uncomfortable...
I'm always interested to hear of new projects, if anyone wants any help or additional input. Feel free to contact me via this site if there's anything I can help with.
If I've been able to help you, and you're feeling gracious and/or altruistic as a result, please consider buying something off one of these Child's Play Wishlists, on my behalf:
Obviously, there are other hospitals around the world that are equally in need of toys and games for children, so if you don't fancy donating to a British hospital, for whatever reason, please consider taking another look at the Child's Play website, and see if there's a hospital nearer to you that maybe deserves something.
Oh, and I'm on Facebook, too.
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