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GOD SAVE THE QUEEN - BRITAIN'S OLDEST PUNK? 82 year-old great-grandmother Viva Hamnell from Cornwall - who may hold claim to the title of Britain's oldest punk rocker - is to be the subject of a Channel 4 documentary. The short film of the former lollipop lady by day and backing singer with 1970's cult new wave band The Bricks by night will touch upon her brush with the law when she was found not guilty of possession of cannabis after claiming it was feed for her goat. A stalwart of Glastonbury for thirty years, Viva still performs a one-woman show reminiscing on her extraordinary life. SEE COPY: GOD SAVE THE QUEEN - BRITAIN'S OLDEST PUNK? Director Amanda Bluglass and cameraman Danny Cooke film Viva for the documentary. Pic © Neil Hope/ Tel: 01752 814338  Mob: 07505 263 011 Email: Web:
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