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Brighton man in search for long-lost father
2:56pm Friday 12th July 2013 in News
A man is attempting to trace his father who he has not seen in more than 40 years.
Brighton-born Kevin Hooper is trying to trace his long-lost father John Saunders, who would now be in his early 70s.
Mr Hooper, who was born Kevin Saunders, grow up in Sedgewick Road in Hollingbury, now called Bramble Way, from the mid-60s before moving to Portsmouth with his mother Pauline Saunders at the age of seven.
The 49-year-old father-of-two was a pupil at Carden Junior School and his maternal grandparents lived in Midhurst Rise, Brighton.
Mr Hooper, who still lives in Portsmouth, said he had now reached a time in his life where he was desperate to get back in contact with his family and was hopeful his father would like to meet his granddaughters Hannah, 17, and Lauren, 12.
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