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I am Bethan and I have only recently started learning BSL. I actually learnt the BSL alphabet from a poster in the toilet of a cocktail bar and have been inspired to learn ever since! I am a Civil Servant (Energy and Climate policy) and trained facilitator and I am excited to be able to draw this new skill into my work environment. Probably a little early but I am definitely keen in a few weeks to practice my signing with someone else.  Let me know if you are keen. 

If anyone knows the sign for civil servant it would be great to know! 

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Hi All, 

Sorry for delay in replying. Unfortunately had a few busy weeks and so have struggled to put time aside for the course. I could arrange a call next week, for anyone interested, to do some introductions and then set up some more regular practices in the new year? 

Let me know if interested. 

Bethan 

 

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