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Fubarskine

This is a book and/or a small group/community thing waiting to happen, surely?

Its a very attractive proposition and I can see how it costs what it does (and is probably even a major bargain for the amount of work that must go into it) but it may as well have 4 or 5 zeros on the end of the price for all that I could afford it.

Would be cool if you could find someone who was going who could blog about it. That would be a fascinating read I'm betting.

jonny

yes i agree it is a lot to shell out. but it is 8 weekends...

Andy Hoyland

I might be being a bit dense but is the course that costs a third of the price the one that costs £595? I guess it must be as £200 or so for 8 weekends would be hardly anything!

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