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A few weeks ago I decided to join my local AFD group and do a  basic signing course. I loved it...I have a brilliant teacher. I try to go to the coffee groups when ever I can to practice...I would recommend anyone who is thinking about it to do it...I've met some really nice people at the group .I'm now going to sign up for an online course...as I want to learn more! :) West Sussex

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