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30 November, 2016 - There are 3 comments on this story

  1. Please come along and support us!

    Maggie Cobbett -

  2. Colombo,
    Sri Lanka
    16 Dec 2016


    I love your website. I just stumbled upon it by chance as I was trying to see if I can find anything on an old friend, Bruce Cobbett, who used to live at the Maison de Province de France in the Cite Universitaire in Paris around 1966-1968. Would you have any information which may help? If you can help please let me know at ‘wesakmal@gmail.com’.

    Thanks and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year,

    Rohan Wickramasinghe

    Dr. Rohan H Wickramasinghe -

  3. Sorry, but I’m unable to help you.

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you too.

    Maggie Cobbett -

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