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This week, a trainer from the Acorn Listening Trust is coming to do training on 'Practical Listening Skills' The course will be in room 4 on Thursday 2nd May from 9.30am — 4.00pm and Friday 3rd May from 9.30am — 1.00pm. Participation is free. If anyone would like to be involved and join the ten other people who are coming along for the training, please let me know on Aylesbury 488963 or revhelenkirk@sky.com.

Acorn, a Christian charity, say, "Many of us today have discovered for ourselves the difference it makes when someone really listens to us. Being well listened to can be a life-changing experience, and yet sadly also one which is comparatively rare in our busy world."

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