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13 hours ago, David Farley said:

David Farley is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: David Farley's Personal Meeting Room

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5016269033?pwd=V0RvWE5KOWhINzd3ODNjSHBOeFJ1QT09

Meeting ID: 501 626 9033
Passcode: 7YWqFj

I will try and continue to these sessions and this link is permanent so you can save it for future sessionsĀ šŸ˜€

This sounds like a great idea! 13 hours ago I hadn't even started learning BSL, in the future though when I'm more competent I'd love to join if you keep it going

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@Aiden TsenĀ Hi Aiden, I will be trying to do it every night 7-9pm when I can. I will post the link when I am free and available. I live on a working Narrowboat which will have guests on if we get the go ahead from tomorrow but I should be able to make it. In the mean time you can look at some videos I did around a year or so ago HERE!

Hope to see at one of the sessions!

DavidĀ šŸ¤Ŗ

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