Paul from Anarchistwood still missing - can you help?
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Paul from Anarchistwood is still missing - can you help?Paul from Anarchistwood is still missing – can you help?

Despite social media appeals, missing persons agencies and the punk community doing everything they can, Paul of the London based band Anarchistwood is still missing. He disappeared on November 14th and his family is desperate for news or clues about his movements and whereabouts …

He is believed to be in London, but chances are he may have traveled to Yorkshire.

Paul Hambleton, also known as Candflip Blackwood, works at Rock n Roll Rescue and All Ages Records in Camden, as well as at St. Mary & # 39; s Hospital Paddington. An extremely talented artist and musician, he plays guitar and writes most of the music for Anarchistwood – arguably London's most original and exciting day-glo punk band.

His partner is the band singer and filmmaker Frank Cutter.

Paul's last known bank card transaction was in a grocery / convenience store on Queens Road in Peckham in the early evening of November 14, 2020. His last phone signal was just before midnight in the W1 area – between Marble Arch and Marylebone.

Paul is 48 years old, 6 feet 1, has dark blonde hair, shaved on one side and below the shoulder on the other – usually worn tied up. He has multiple tattoos on his arms, legs, and torso, including an upside-down pyramid on the upper arm and an ace of cups on the inner forearm, as well as pierced ears.

Paul from Anarchistwood is still missing - can you help?

He was last seen in a blue NHS catering uniform but could also wear the red / black / green dragon shirt in the photo above.

He is a native Liverpudlian but lived in Yorkshire (including Hebden Bridge) for several years and has a Leeds accent.

If you have information that might help please call 101 and quote Missing Persons Ref 20MIS038210 or contact Frank Cutter on Facebook at or contact Missing

All of our love is for Frank and Paul's family. Candi come home x

Other music / media companies are welcome to share this appeal and its content. Many thanks.


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