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Seeking Deaf friend for BSL assistance in Hackney


Hi there,
I'm doing level 1 Bsl and would like to make friends with a deaf person (preferably female) who would be happy to assist me in my learning.
I was thinking we could meet once a week for an hour in Hackney/ Bethnal Green between 5.30-7.30pm. Mondays or Wednesdays best, possibly Tues from July. It would be good to find someone who has similar interests: I work for an enviromental charity and am passionate about the enviromental movement. I love art, particularly live or performance art and used to work in this sector before moving into the world of enviromental campaigning. I also like theatre, poetry, dancing, making seasonal cakes and drinks.
Get in touch if chatting about these things which helping with with vocab sounds like an ok way to spend some time.
Best,
Claire

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