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I have a facebook page    British signing on skype..  I set it up for peope to contact each other  for practice  , learning and socialising..  Mark Fisher on there is always  eager  to sign with everyone.  Hope this  information is  benificial   to;you..     maureen Doyle   Pracice Makes Perfect.  Southport  England. 

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morning Maureen. That sounds great. I have skype but have never used! And i am on facebook. Will try set up so that i can skype, would luv to be able to sign with people like that...on a mission now 🤓

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