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Paul Webster joined Vicky Lawson's group
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Sheffield Digital Inclusion Forum

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Oct 10, 2013
Debbie sharples left a comment for Paul Webster
"hi Paul great you have joined this little sub group. Anything we can do together or share would be great.  I am having an Itea and biscuits event at one of the pilot locations on friday 28th September.  "
Aug 10, 2012
Ben Brown left a comment for Paul Webster
"Hi Paul - great to have you on the Hub!  If you've got any questions please do get in touch!  See you soon... Regards, Ben"
Jan 30, 2012
Paul Webster is now a member of Digital Housing Hub - #digihousing
Jan 30, 2012

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Learning Pool
Type of organisation
Digital inclusion expert (Not-for-profit)
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@watfordgap

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At 17:17 on January 30, 2012, Ben Brown said…

Hi Paul - great to have you on the Hub!  If you've got any questions please do get in touch!  See you soon...

Regards, Ben

At 15:15 on August 10, 2012, Debbie sharples said…

hi Paul

great you have joined this little sub group. Anything we can do together or share would be great.  I am having an Itea and biscuits event at one of the pilot locations on friday 28th September.

 

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