New Peer Group in South West London
Date posted: 16/11/2017
A new Peer Group has been set-up in Wimbledon. The first meeting will be held on Friday 28th January, between 10am and 12pm. If you would like to attend, please contact:
Tel: 0208 672 0311 / 07817 52225
There are lots of regional HG Peer Groups around the UK (and some overseas), each meeting regularly - click here to view the complete list, which gives contact details and information about forthcoming meetings.
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