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MARCH 31.

PLANNING AND YOUNG PEOPLE.

Organised by the Children's Society at Westminster University to teach professionals how to involve young people in the planning of their communities. Part of National Children's Planning and Environment Month, it will include background to urban policy 1968-98, youth policy and regeneration and case studies. Fee: pound;120, pound;50 voluntarycommunity groups.

Details: Joanne Nelson, 0171 911 5000 ext. 3089; e-mail: mar11@win.ac.uk APRIL 6-9.

DIAGNOSIS AND REMEDIATION OF LEARNING PROBLEMS IN MATHEMATICS.

Annual course for teachers of children with numeracy problems led by Professor Mahesh Sharma, Cambridge College, Boston, Massachusetts. Venue: Leighton Park School, Reading. Fee: pound;350 plus pound;64 for residents. Details: Berkshire Mathematics, 0118 947 4864.

APRIL 9-11.

CLARINET AND SAXOPHONE SEMINAR.

Annual teachers' seminar organised by The Clarinet and Saxophone Society at Royal Holloway, London University, Egham, Surrey. Specialists and non specialists welcome. Residential fee: pound;160, pound;150 members. Day rates available. Details: Sarah Moore, 0118 986 1502.

APRIL 9 AND 10.

LIVING WILLOW.

Learn to weave tunnels and fences with willow expert Stephanie Bunn at Surrey Docks Farm, Rotherhithe Street, London SE16, 10am-3pm. Workshops cost pound;39.50 a day, pound;75 for two days. Details: Daphne Ferrigan, 0171 231 1010.

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