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Paul David Miller
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My name is Paul Miller I live in Ormskirk Lancashire I have a disability of cerebral palsy, I am wheelchair bound, I manage to get about no problem, I work 4 days week repairing and servicing mobility equipment as a assistant technician for Brighter Future Mobility Ltd in Skelmersdale Lancashire. I like going out and having a good time at the pub, cinema or ten pin bowling, or a night in watching movies and sport, I am a easy going guy with a great sense of humour who likes enjoying life.
I have attained a vast knowledge of computing, clerical skills and have experience of mechanics, customer services and being a sales assistant.

Paul Miller

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