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Handy skills

28 SEPTEMBER TO 2 OCTOBER

BEING ABLE TO FIX THINGS AROUND YOUR HOME OR FARM CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. THAT IS WHY THIS COURSE OFFERS DELEGATES THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN A FEW HANDY SKILLS, SUCH AS OPENING BLOCKED SEWERAGE PIPES, FIXING GUTTERS AND

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