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Remark! hosts a FREE Sign Club for anybody who wants to practise their BSL skills. The Sign Club takes place every Tuesday 5pm-7pm at our Remark! office on Leather Lane.
 
This is an informal session where BSL students at all levels can meet up to practise their BSL skills. It’s also a great opportunity to meet fellow students from other classes.
 
The Sign Club is open to everyone, not just Remark! students. So come along and join us in the Remark! Lounge!

We also offer a loyalty scheme – you can collect stamps every time you attend the Sign Club and after 10 visits, you can claim a free one-hour tutorial with a Remark! teacher of your choice.

To find out more contact [email protected] or call 020 7269 2621.

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