"I would like to take this opportunity to thank you both again for giving up your time to contribute to the Discovery Group on the 24th May 2007. The children had an absolute ball and we really appreciated your help. We hope that you enjoyed it half as much as we did !!"
Leanne Wallace
Circles Around Dundee
submitted on July 10, 2007



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