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  • Writer's pictureWilliam Tyler

SORRY: JW3 Classes Thursday 14th October

You will have heard, or be hearing, from Judy that this week's classes I have had to cancel.

Jennifer and I have been suffering from this ghastly fluey cold going round. It is not pleasant to say the least. I will spare you the gory details, but suffice it to say I couldn't begin to attempt the rail journey nor indeed speak for that length of time I(hence ruling out zooming as well).

We thought we were over the worst yesterday but both feel grim still this morning, so right decision I feel.

However, I fully expect that by next week, 21st, I shall again be bright eyed and bushy tailed.

NB We won't miss a class as the cancelled one will now take place at our half term on 28th October.

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