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We are appealing on all responsable people who enjoy sky lanterns and we invite you to send a copy of the letter to your local Council.
Download PDF -Letter to Mayor of Council - Re: Important information on Sky Lanterns

We have a dream! Our dream is to see future generations to enjoy the beautiful sensation of releasing sky lanterns while dreaming about their wish. Wishing Sky Lanterns are beautiful glows of lights floating in the sky that gives people a sensation of peace, harmony and a unique connection to the spiritual world. My passion for Sky Lanterns started only in 2006 when a friend gave me one for my birthday, says Fabio Paduanelli, (Director at Night Sky Lanterns ®). However, we need your help to make sure that everybody can continue to experience this magical emotion here in UK as well as in other countries around the world. More importantly, the luck of knowledge on this product and the negligence of few idiots are pushing Councils to take uninformed and irrational decisions to ban indiscriminately all sky lanterns.

Night Sky Lanterns Event

Please note that we do not just sell sky lanterns but we are passionate about them.
Our passion is reinforced every time we see at our events the smile and joy on people’s faces when they are watching their wishing lantern flying away while thinking about their dream. We will not resign-ourself without a fight but we need your support to win numerous battles before we can all truly enjoy this magical spectacle while safeguarding the environment.

Wishing Sky Lanterns Party

About 10 years ago, Sky lanterns started to become very popular in UK, as well as around Europe and USA. They are used at celebrations to add a magical touch to the night of any event like weddings, birthdays, memorials, and fundraising campaigns. Unfortunately for all those people like us who loves sky lanterns, they have been in the spot light for some time now and received some bad press regarding environmental concerns and fire risks, particularly since July 2014 when a sky lantern was recorded on a CCTV camera while landing on a pile of plastic in a recycling implant near Birmingham.

Wishing Sky Lanterns Party

Even though we cannot emphasise enough on the importance to follow few simple but essential guidelines highlighted on our manual instructions and on our website (www.nightskylanterns.co.uk), we also need you to be aware that no all sky lanterns are the same and before you buy them please make sure they are 100% biodegradable, wire-free, asbestos-free, non-toxic, free of any damage, made with fire redundant paper and high quality materials.

In addition, before releasing your wishing lantern please use your judgement to check that the wind speed is below 5 MPH (8 Kmh) and the wind direction. Make sure that you are a least 20 metres from any building or other obstacles and once the lantern has took off to be vigilant till you see the light goes off.

It is also important to remind, particularly to first time users that no all sky lanterns are the same and like any other product, some are good and others are not as good. Furthermore, due to high competition some sellers are flooding the market with poorly made sky lanterns and customers are not informed about the sky lanterns characteristics and flying performance.

Since 2008, thanks to the growing popularity of our twitter and facebook accounts we promptly heard those concerns raised by farmers, RSPCA, MCS and other wildlife organisations regarding the environmental impact on wildlife and livestock of sky lanterns and the metal wire used to hold the fuel cell to the bamboo ring after the lanterns land back on earth.

Therefore since 2009, we quickly took actions and together with our R&D team we focused on supplying only premium sky lanterns made with fireproof rope to safeguard animas and avoid the inconvenience on the countryside caused by the metal wires. In addition, we substituted the cardboard fuel-cell with an innovative fuel cell made with cotton which is easy to lit and facilitate the preparation to the launch. Besides, once the combustible has burned out the cotton will crumble in the air which avoids that any residual land back on earth while still lit. Conversely, the thickness of the paper has been increased to improve the heat retention and the overall flying performance.

However, mistakenly we decided to discontinue the supply of all economy sky lanterns, including those made with metal wire and we removed them from our catalogue. Even though we always emphasised the importance of the improvements made in the construction of our premium sky lanterns, consumers are still misled by ruthless sellers who are claiming of selling 100% biodegradable sky lanterns but not mentioning that they contain metal wire or detailed information about the quality of the materials used.

Furthermore, due to the lack of knowledge on this relative new product compared to fireworks, some sellers opted to flood the market with poorly made sky lanterns and people were persuaded to buy cheap sky lanterns unaware of the differences.

In 2014, DEFRA and other government organisations conducted a comprehensive investigation concerning the environmental impact of sky lanterns on wildlife, as well as the potential risks of causing fire and damaging people and properties. For us and all other reputable suppliers in the Industry this uncertainty was a critical point whether to invest and innovate or to step back. We were also hoping for a clear and defined regulation on sky lanterns minimum quality standards of the materials, construction packaging and their origin. Instead on the 14th August 2014, the Trading Standard Institute published the Industry Code of Practice - SKY LANTERNS which only sets guidelines on good practice for all stakeholders which are only voluntary and cannot be imposed on anyone dealing with sky lanterns.

To sum up, this document explains the founding of the investigation which confirms “that high quality branded sky lanterns have very low environmental impact and if used as intended in appropriate conditions sky lanterns DO NOT constitute a high risk. With little care and consideration they can be enjoyed safely”. Therefore, we strongly believe that an indiscriminate ban on all sky lanterns would be unfair toward responsible sky lanterns users/lovers and reputable suppliers to receive a ban from local Councils. We also believe that it is unreasonable to prohibit future generations from experiencing one of the most amazing, peaceful and sensational emotion of seeing glowing lanterns flying in the sky.

To RSPCA and those campaigning against sky lanterns, we would like to say that we are not all the same but if we work together and give the correct information we can achieve a constructive outcome and empower consumers to make a change. Sky lanterns are here to stay as much as fireworks, balloons, cars, lighters, crisps’ bags, dog’s micro-chipping, hunting, take-away containers and coffee cups, glass / plastic bottles, drinks’ cans, phone charges and so on, what is relevant to safeguard the environment and minimise their impact on wildlife is the way we evolve and improve the standards of those commodities.

To those who try to sabotage any sky lanterns event remember that it is a criminal offence to intentionally cause a disturbance or fire and to those attempting to demonise our brand reputation, we will do all we can to pursue any transgressor.

We need your support to show those campaigning for a ban and Councils who arbitrary banned sky lanterns on their land that if we work together to properly inform people on the differences than together we can make a positive change for all to safeguard wildlife and the environment. We also need support from farmers who are consistently buying only our premium sky lanterns for their parties and know that we will never let them down. We perfectly understand farmers’ concerns of the metal wire on their livestock and we will do all we can to stop the nonsense of the wires when they tangles in their machineries while operating on the land. This is not only morally right but it is also an important message that allows progression and innovation to take once again their course to satisfy needs, comforts and entertainments while minimizing upheavals and inconveniences to others.

Last but not least, we feel obliged to our customers who highlighted us the issue of fakes / counterfeits Night Sky Lanterns and Candle Bags UK branded products sold on Amazon.co.uk and Ebay.co.uk. Because of this, for over 2 years we no longer sell our branded products on those websites, we are try to ask them to stop misleading customers but they refuse to take any action. After numerous test purchases of our brands listed on these websites, we found that 99% of all listings are fakes, unbranded products which do not comply with our standards and certainly look inferior quality.

Even though we filed a claim for each test purchase as “Item not as described” and we received a full refund for each claim without returning the fake products to the sellers, both Amazon and Ebay refuse to take any action to stop misleading customers and damaging our reputation. It is obvious that their interests are only focused on profit, no matter whether it comes from genuine sellers or fraudsters. On the other hand, we are losing customers and receiving complaints from our resellers who also used to sell our products on Amazon and they feel let down from us because they cannot compete against the prices offered of the fakes.

Soon we will explain in details the full story, meanwhile if you have purchased any sky lanterns or candle bags which the title or description indicated that they are Night Sky Lanterns or Candle Bags UK brands, please contact us via email with the order details, a brief comment and possibly few photos of the product.

We hope you will purchase them directly from us, but if you intend to purchase sky lanterns and candle bags on Amazon or Ebay and the listing mentions our brand names, once you receive the parcel please check if they are originals or not.

If they look different or unbranded, please file a claim on the website you have purchased the product as “Item not as described” and write a comment “I was expecting Night Sky Lanterns (or Candle Bags UK) branded products and instead I received unbranded, anonymous items and most luckily poorly made”.

Normally, the seller will give you immediately full refund (No questions asked), so that they can continue to make profits on others customers who genuinely are unaware that they have been misled or cannot be bothered to waste time for £5 / £10 order and the fraudsters and Amazon/Ebay make a profit on illegal sells and get away with it every time someone does not make a complaint. If the seller replies with a template message attempting to discourage you by saying that you have purchased a generic product, made in China, and they are the same or better quality, than just escalate the issue to the complain team of Amazon or Ebay and they will give you a full refund (No other questions asked).

If the seller asks you to return the parcel at your expense even if specified in the T&C or the seller sends you an unrecorded postage label, simply reject their request and escalate the issue as above for a full refund.

If you experience a similar situation, please let us know and free of charge we send our courier to collect the evidences from your address and if you decide to purchase our originals, we will offer you the same price as the price shown on the order of the fakes and add a free gift to thank you for your help.

The power is now in your hand! We are a small company with very limited resources and we cannot win it without your help.

Please support us however you can and any money given to us for this campaign will be spent to fight this battles and together we will soon re-establish harmony amongst all.

We need a least 2500 signature and your name will be entered on the list below while your email address used to confirm your order or contribution will be securely held only for verification purposes.

We are also appealing to crowdsourcing to help us finding people who are willing to get involved and provide their support to write letters, publishing updates, filing claims and where required escalate to the Court. We need translators to help us to spread the information not only in UK and USA but we know that these issues are occurring in other European countries and beyond.

Anyone interested to host a sky lanterns display at any event or to participate organising future events please follow the link Night Sky Lanterns Fest.

For more information and assistance please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Thank you for supporting our campaign to stop Councils from banning all sky lanterns.
We will regularly update the list below with our supporters' names and county to prove our commitment

Please give us £1 or more to help us and we will use 100% of the ammount given to protect the right to responsably releasing quality sky lanterns in UK and everywhere we can.
We are not a Charity so we have to pay 20% VAT on any ammount received

Many Thanks for all support received so far <3

We are appealing on all responsable people who enjoy sky lanterns and we invite you to send a copy of the letter to your local Council.
Download PDF -Letter to Mayor of Council - Re: Important information on Sky Lanterns
Fill in the Council details along with your contact details in the head of the letter and as suggested any reply we receive will be updated on our website.

Many Many Thanks to all #SkyLanternsLOVERS for the support and comments received so far. However, as never before, we need your help. We have found that unscrupulous sellers are claiming of selling Night Sky Lanterns ® branded products on Amazon, Ebay and other third party websites and instead they are flooding the market with poorly made products which could be hazardous for people and the environment.
Be very careful because some sky lanterns of the test purchases made on Amazon and Ebay were found to contain ASBESTOS in form of Chrysotile in the rope which holds the fuel cell.

We warn you to be vigilant on those sellers and if you have purchased any of our branded products from another retailer and you have any doubt or you received a different brand or totally anonymous packaging, please let us know and will report them to the Trading Standards Authorities for further investigation.

We also would like to inform you that, we have suspended the supply of our products to Amazon and Ebay because of “their unfair trading on their online jungle”.

UK

1. Fabio Paduanelli - London
2. Clementine C. - London
3. Richard W. - Isle of Wight
4. Clare M. - Essex
5. Mitchel S. - London
6. Tara B. - East Sussex
7. Radhika N. - London
8. Tracy D. - Shropshire
9. Catherine M. - North Yorkshire
10. Martina O. - Down
11. Sophie S. - West Sussex
12. Colin L. - Devon
13. T. P. - Porth
14. Monette E. - London
15. Julie J. - Aberdeenshire
16. Gemma R. - Norfolk
17. Lana P. - West Midland
18. Cheral S. - Nottinghamshire
19. Chloe D. F. - London
20. Michelle G. - Kent
21. Thomas - Kent
22. Nozipho D. - Manchester
23. Natasha T. - Surrey
24. Jeffrey S. - Kent
25. Sueling H. - London
26. Lisa H. - Gloustershire
27. Jamie E. - Nottinghamshire
28. Hayley P. - Somerset
29. Claire J. - Hampshire
30. Hollie L. - Devon
31. Shamim M. - London
32. Daren H. - Birmingham
33. Yousef T. - Lancashire
34. Brian D. - Gloucestershire
35. J. B. - London
36. Marc B. - EastSussex
37. Shafaqat A. - West Yorkshire
38. Janet M. - Stockton On Teme
39. Hannah W. - London
40. Sharon P. - Kent
41. Catherine C. - Tyne And Wear
42. Samuel A. - Somerset
43. Choon F. - London
44. Simon M. - Berkhamsted
45. Lionel Y. - Surrey
46. Bansari V. - London
47. Devon H. - Somerset
48. Mitchell B. - Easy Tilbury
49. Laura E. - Dorset
50. Fern M. - Leamington Spa
51. - Alice L. - Guildford
52. KB G. - Stirling
53. Zoe S. - Bucks
54. Ruth S. - Surrey
55. Victoria H. - Surrey
56. Chloe T. - Kent
57. Diane C. - Skelmersdale
58. Samantha E. - Lincolnshire
59. Jason I. - London
60. Sonia C. - West Malling
61. Daniel B. - Devon
62. Helen R. - Swansea
63. Nikkita D. - London
64. Nimesh P. - Surrey
65. Jane B. - Norfolk
66. Jennifer P. - Cheshire
67. Scott T. - East Sussex
68. Samuel D. - Portsmouth
69. Kat C. - Norwich
70. Lauren M. - East Sussex
71. Lawrence W. - Leicestershire
72. Rose C. - West Yorkshire
73. Mystic A. - West Midlands
74. Liselotte L. - Nottinghamshire
75. Aisling T. - Kinross
76. Caron H. - Waterlooville
77. Nicole B. - London
78. Linda M. - Glasgow
79. Vural K. - Enfield
80. Adrian T. - Harlesden
81. Daniel D. - Greater Manchester
82. Sam W. - Kent
83. Claire F. - Alloway
84. Paul C. - Dorset
85. Sandra R. - Tyne and Wear
86. Melissa B. - Harrogate
87. Kerry T. - Bedfordshire
88. Stuart M. - Greater Manchester
89. Faith H. - Buckinghamshire
90. Julia B. - Nottinghamshire
91. Helen M. - Midlothian
92. Raj P. - Essex
93. Chantel O. - West Midlands
94. Mike C. - Gloucestershire
95. Maureen J. - West Yorkshire
96. Glen S. - Dorset
97. Zoe L. P. - Hertfordshire
98. Stephanie B. - Devon
99. Daniella J. - Kingston upon thames
100. Toby W. - Buckinghamshire
101. Alan M. - Aberlour
102. Jacky C. - Midlothian
103. James M. - Manchester
104. Naomi D. - Stoke On Trent
105. Sonia H. - Lowestoft
106. Jane E. - Northolt
107. JC W. Surrey
108. Joanne L. - Sunderland
109. Herbert T. - Cardigan
110. Nicholas S. - Lancashire
111. Naomi R. - London
112. Zephaniah B. - Cumbria
123. Esme B. - Southampton
124. Emma W. - West Yorkshire
125. Ann C. - Salisbury
126. Steve B. - Kent
127. Bruce G. - Epson
128. Craig M. - West Yorkshire
129. Matt J. - Rushton Spencer
130. Susan F. - Harthill
131. Francesca F. - Maidstone
132. Amis P. - Surrey
133. Simone R. - Tyne And Wear
134. Alan L. - Dudley
135. Tim D. - Lancashire
136. Sara A. London
137. Richard L. - Sidcap
138. Rosie F. - Dadford
139. Debbie S. - Buckinghamshire
140. Fraser M. - Ingatestone
141. Diane F. - London
142. Philip S. - Derbyshire
143. Maria L. - Leicester
144. Makayla W. - London
145. Natalie G. - Kent
146. Delwyn S. - Carrickfergus
147. Bill H. - Leeds
148. Robert E. - Lancashire
149. Miroslava N. - London
150. Emma S. - West Sussex
151. Tina S. - London
152. Amira Y. - London
153. Maria F. - West Yorkshire
154. Paul F. - Tyne & Wear
155. Lucy R. - Herefordshire
156. Greg P. - StoneHaven
157. Katrina W. - Frinton
158. Julia R. - Southampton
159. Marcus H. - London
160. Martine G. - London
161. Jan O. - West Sussex
162. Georgina C. - Devon
163. Mark D. - Aberdeenshire
164. Djevdet N. - London
165. Julian H - Cardiff
166. Brian W. - Maton
167. Neil F. - Troon
168. Stephanie C. - Hertfordshire
169. Craig R. - Falkirk
170. Nieves V. - London
171. Syd P. - Kent
172. Sharon D. - London
173. Mel M. - Kent
174. Alison B. - Wigan
175. Patricia C. - Kent
176. Sara G. - Staffordshire
178. Hannah G. - London
179. Gemma S. - Esher
180. Chunyang W. - Cambridge
181. Katherine F. - Dunmow
182. Natasha L. - Bedfordshire
183. Scott M. - Dorset
184. Ben W. - Surrey
185. Miles C. - Bath
186. Toby F. - London
187. Matthew P. - Truro
188. Mark K. - Willshire
189. Louise A. - Cheshire
190. Gareth D. - Cheshire
191. Clare T. - Durham
192. Daniel M. - Cheshire
193. Nova B. - Hertfordshire
194. Robert T. - South Yorkshire
195. Rhian J - Middlesex
196. Rebecca J. - Denbighshire
197. Jennifer L. - Leeds
198. Richard G. - Enfield
199. Ben S. - Liverpool
200. Sara P - West Midlands
201. Mark H. - Blackburn
202. Nicole P. - Guildford
203. Rotherham F. - South Yorkshire
204. H. C. - Surrey
205. Ross R. - Berkshire
206. Dianne D. - Fife
207. Leisa T. - Laurencekirk
208. Eloise M. - London
209. Charles M. - Wiltshire
210. Shimik K. - London
211. Nadim E. - Middlesex
212. Leon B. - Flintshire
213. Pauline H. - Cumbria
214. Lizzie J. - Carlisle
215. Mohamed E. - Manchester
216. Avlon R. - London
217. Deb M. - London
218. Lindsay H. - Essex
219. Jody D. - Sunderland
220. Steve W. - West Sussex
221. Natara C. - London
222. Jennifer I. - Bedfordshire
223. Jody S. - Cheshire East
224. Fiona C. - Kent
225. Louise C. - Cheshire
226. Bronek W. - Rhayader
227. Peter S. - Sheffield
228. Alex T. - Kent
229. Ceri B. - Devon
230. Catherine F. - Renfrewshire
231. Philip C. - East Sussex
232. James R. - London
233. Aelita C. - West Midlands
234. Philip F. - Somerset
235. Omar A. - North Yorkshire
236. Clifford D. - Durham
237. Kim T. - Kent
238. Linda C. - Lincolnshire
239. Lee M. - Armagh
240. Michelle A. - Sittingbourne
241. Ken C. - Antrim
242. David W. - Hampshire
243. Alma A. - Manchester
244. Rosemary R. - Shropshire
245. Matthew B. - Hertfordshire
246. Carl R. - Merseyside
247. Timothy B. - London
248. Victoria A. - London
249. Uteena V. - Middlesex
250. Lynn D. - Bognor Regis

We are sorry if the list has not yet fully updated. If you cannot see your name amongst the list we will soon update it.
Many Thanks
At any time, please contact us if you wish to delete or change your name from the list.

UK

251. Kristina C. - London
252. Martin J. - Tyne And Wear
253. Ian H. - Lincolnshire
254. Susan A. - Tyne and Wear
255. Thomas H. - London
256. Evelina O. - Angus
257. Stephen H. - London
258. Francis T. - Surrey
259. Karon T. - Berkshire
260. Alev I. - London
261. Andrew C. - East Sussex
262. Luke F. - London
263. Poppy H. - Carthorpe
264. Douglas R. - Merseyside
265. Sick I. - Brighton
266. Amanda M. - Argyll and Bute
267. Adam L. - Lancashire
268. Carly W. - Kent
269. Alison T.- West Midlands
270. Thomas F. - Avon
271. Mich B. - Hertfordshire
272. Darren K. - Kent
273. Dora V. - London
274. Carole A. - Glasgow
275. Clare J. - London
276. Andrew K. - Harrogate
277. Cindy J. - Buckinghamshire
278. Charlie K. - Norfolk
279. Eve D. - Avon
280. Toby L. - Hampshire
281. Sarah S. - Shropshire
282. Tony D. - Tyne And Wear
283. Tamsin M. - Buckinghamshire
284. Fran G. - Douglas
285. Cathleen P. - London
286. Georgina M. - Kent
287. Daniel H. - Essex
288. Will H. - Shropshire
289. Nadira J.- Essex
290. Tania M. - Northamptonshire
291. Susan B. - Gloucestershire
292. Dianne S. - London
293. Jessica H. - London
294. Sarah J. - Cambridge
295. Paul H. - Tyne and Wear
296. John C. - Bristol
297. Ben M. - Nottinghamshire
298. Richie S. - London
299. Alice R. - Devon
300. Clementine A. - Exeter
301. Helen W. - Cambridge
302. Gala W. - London
303. Alison I. - Devon
304. Ovie F. London
305. Alessia B. - Watford
306. Chloe B. - Essex
307. Hollie L. - Devon
308. Gail C. - South Lanarkshire
309. Shavanda L. - Croydon
310. Roundacre - London
311. Marc N. - Oxfordshire
312. Sarah A. - Saxmundham
313. Harriet W. - London
314. Doey S. - South Yorkshire
315. Linzi C. - Essex
316. Clark R. - Aberdeenshire
317. Raj P. - Essex
318. Mark S. - West Midlands
319. Carl W. - Derbyshire
320. David R. - London
321. Rajiv C. - Middlesex
322. Carole C. - West Yorkshire
323. Janice C. - Pembrokeshire
324. Dean R. - Staffordshire
325. Emma A. - Devon
326. Alison A. - Norfolk
327. Gregory B. London
328. Elaine C. - London
329. John W. - Surrey
330. Jonathan S. - London
331. Tim G. - East Sussex
332. Nomsa M. - Berkshire
333. Helen A. - Bristol
334. Nikola R. - West Yorkshire
335. Dave M. - East Sussex
336. Natalie E. - Hampshire
337. Debbie H. - West Yorkshire
338. Anthony M. - Flintshire
339. Hannah S. - Cheshire
340. Carissa B. - Lanarkshire
341. Sam S. - London
342. Hayley B. - Glasgow
343. Anna C. - London
344. Caroline W. - Lanarkshire
345. Anne L. - Avon
346. Akis Z. - London
347. Zara M. - Essex
348. Lauren M. - South Ayrshire
349. Meryl H. - Cornwall
350. Dan - South Wales
351. Christina V. - Kent
352. K T. - Tyne and Wear
353. Kirstein M. - Londonderry
354. Elizabeth W. - Greater Manchester
355. Sophie H. - London
356. Jeannine Y. - Sussex
357. Phillip R. - West Yorkshire
358. Chris T. - London
359. Lynne H. - Avon
360. Hawazen A. - Berkshire
361. Francesca Y. - London
362. John W. - Cheshire
363. Sara A. - London
364. Nikki G. - Kent
365. Marion T. - Kent
366. Andy W. - Essex
367. Linda D. - Berkshire
368. Carol T. - Lancashire
369. Sarah G. - Buckinghamshire
370. Dominic R. - Berkshire
371. Aleksandra P. - Middlesex
372. Tinashe K. - Surrey
373. Melissa C. - Warwickshire
374. Kylie C. - London
375. Martina O. - Down
376. Eileen B. - Avon
377. Katie S. - Lancashire
378. Philip W. - Nottinghamshire
379. David M. - West Sussex
380. Ernest A. - Middlesex
381. Katie S. - Lancashire
382. Lorna C. - Fife
383. Margaret P. - Lanarkshire
384. Claire K. - Essex
385. Gareth J. - Avon
386. Hannah C. - Surrey
387. Irene K. - East Sussex
388. Hashim A. - Cheshire
389. David B. - Suffolk
390. Imran M. - Berkshire
391. Norman H. - Tyne and Wear
392. Dominic M. - Surrey
393. Rachel C. - West Yorkshire
394. Leanne M. - North Lanarkshire
395. Debbie R. - London
396. Naomi M. - Hertfordshire
397. Caieta H. - London
398. John C. - London
399. Grant C. - Avon
400. Leanne L. - Greater Manchester
401. Victoria C. - Wiltshire
402. Geoffrey L. - Nottinghamshire
403. Jill B. - Avon
404. Ruth C. - Lancashire
405. Penny T. - Cheshire
406. Hapri Y. - Worcestershire
407. Darek L. - Kent
408. Adam M. - Inverness-shire
409. Matt H. - Leicestershire
410. Leanne S. - Cheshire
411. David R. - East Riding of Yorksh
412. Wilma T. - Inverness-shire
413. Stuart M. - Borders
414. Oliver N. - Kent
415. David B. - Lancashire
416. Robert F. - Antrim
417. Sara B. - London
418. Tony B. - Bristol
419. Kevin M. - West Yorkshire
420. Sophie H. - Lincolnshire
421. Lyndsay P. - Derbyshire
422. Sean D. - Antrim
423. Steve P. - Hereford
424. Logeshkumar V. - Wembley
425. Emma L. - Somerset
426. Tomas Q. - Oxfordshire
427. Philip G. - Lancashire
428. Zoe W. - East Sussex
429. Penny H. - Harpenden
430. Dee M. - Essex
431. Jane M. - Cornwall
432. Monica D. - London
433. Karin B. - Jersey
434. Sallie B. - Durham
435. Grant F. - Suffolk
436. Marcus H. - West Youkshire
437. David W. - Hampshire
438. Clare M. - Kent
439. Sian C. - Kent
440. Leo L. - London
441. Lily D. - Surrey
442. Dania A. - Middlesex
443. Melanie D. - Glos
444. Anne S. - London
445. David E. - Kent
446. John H. - Suffolk
447. Jennifer H. - Avon
448. Marie L. - London
449. Jonathan K. - Perth and Kinross
450. Ralph C. - Blaenau Gwent
451. Sarah M. - East Lothian
452. Maddie S. - Dorset
453. Georgina M.- Surrey
454. Dolores F. - Manchester
455. Helen F. - Cumbria
456. Kath E. - Monmouthshire
457. Sarah L. - Avon
458. Shazeb M. - Manchester
459. Mia S. - Avon
460. Graeme H. - West Sussex
461. Beverley S. - Down
462. Sarah L. - Avon
463. Kayleigh S. - Oxfordshire
464. Simon M. - Antrim
465. Ray L. - Aberdeenshire
466. Richard K. - Cambridgeshire
467. Mairead N. - Avon
468. Lisa P. - Buckinghamshire
469. Romany P. - London
470. Andrea M. - Cumbria
471. Aidan G. - Tyrone
472. Nicola S. - Devon
473. Jayne A. - Derbyshire
474. Catherine J. - Herefordshire
475. Kerry S. - London
476. Donna-Marie W. - South Yorkshire
477. Yannick B. - Hampshire
478. Douglas K. - Avon
479. Martin H. - Essex
480. Ryan L. - North Ayrshire
481. Emily B. - Greater London
482. Christine F. - Staffordshire
483. Crispin W. - Flintshire
484. Amy C. - Middlesex
485. Larissa B. - London
486. Lisa H. - Cornwall
487. Susan L. - Norfolk
488. Dora K. - London
489. Andree G. - Kent
490. Oleksiy P. - Antrim
491. Michael S. - Cambridgeshire
492. Katrin Shafie P. - London
493. Kimberley Christie-S. - East Sussex
494. Grace C. - Essex
495. Gillie H. - London
496. Tim Armour-C. - Merseyside
497. Maria P. - Norfolk
498. Paul G. - Kent
499. Tim R. - Surrey
500. Sarah M. - Bedfordshire
501. Andrea E. - Fife
502. Henrietta T. - London
503. Lisa J.- Kent
504. Will H. - Surrey
505. Balsam A. - Greater Manchester
506. Karla N. - West Yorkshire
507. Owen L.- Glamorgan
508. Fiona E. - Worcestershire
509. Karac W. - South Yorkshire
510. James K. - London
511. Natasha B. - Essex
512. Daphne H. - Chichester
513. Laura L. - London
514. May G. - Hampshire
515. Gerard G. - Renfrewshire
516. Saud A. - Nottinghamshire
517. John R. - Wiltshire
518. Paul W. - Bristol
1081

REST OF THE WORLD

1. Lieselot D. - Assebroek, Belgium
2. Giuseppe P. - Bari, Italy
3. Nicla V. - Bari, Italy
4. Gill, Ireland
5. Stephane G. - Montreal Quebec, Canada
6. Patricia K. - Florida, United States
7. Paul T, United States
8. Paul M. - OK, United States
9. Emma W. - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
10. Nicola S. - Razac d'Eymet, France
11. Eoghan H. - Orvieto, Italy
12. Muhlenfeld M. - IL
United States
13. Francesca F. - Monza Brianza, Italy
14. Heli M. - Tampere, Finland
15. Gillian F. - Cadiz, Spain
16. Alyssa L.- OH, United States
17. HUANG W. - New Taipei City, Taiwan
18. Gill W. - Co Kildare, Ireland
19. Caitriona S. - Dublin, Ireland
20. James J. - Dublin, Ireland
21. Jody H. - MN, United States
22. Laurie R. - MA, United States
23. Linda H. - Saltsjö-Boo, Sweden
24. Sabrina Q. - Louth, Ireland
25. Matthew M. - Dublin, Ireland
26. Barbara C. - TN, United States
27. Ricardo C. - Portalegre, Portugal
28. Tiffany P. - CA, United States
29. Charles G. - NY, United States
30. Michael V. - WI, United States
31. Shez S. - Victoria, Australia
32. Niemi M. - Uusimaa, Finland
33. Emily F. - Guernsey
34. Owen B. - Dublin, Ireland
35. Stephanie B. - CT, United States
36. Chantal F. - Surry Hills, Australia
37. Melissa T. - PA, United States
38. Alan C. - Co. Kildare, Ireland
39. Shanmei J. - New York, United State
40. Olli H. Helsinki, Finland
41. Bradford R. - Quebec, Canada
42. Breanne B. - CO, United States
43. Daniela M. - Praia de Mira, Portugal
44. Megan K. - PA, United States
45. Tim D. - OH, United States
46. Kevin O. - Co. Mayo, Ireland
47. Mehdi T. - Isere, France
48. Jean-François R. - Longjumeau, France
49. Kristie C. Michigan, United States
50. Stephen M. - Dublin, Ireland
51. Leo B. - Kärnten, Austria
52. Pasi A. -
Helsinki, Finland
53. Margret B. - Reykjavik, Iceland
54. Anne E. - Co Wicklow, Ireland

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