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Garion Wakley

Garion Wakley
Garion is an aspiring journalist from the Bristol area with a passion for sport, music, and art. His love for football stems from his youth, as he has always participated in competitive sports, even holding his first job as a referee for the Somerset FA. After completing a sociology degree, Garion has since held the position of Head of Student Culture at First Class Magazine in Plymouth and intends to continue music journalism in future.

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