The key to success

6th January 2006 at 00:00
Peter Kilfoyle MP is planning a pilot project to put Keyboard Crazy board games and software (from Epar) into 30 primary schools in his Walton, Liverpool, constituency. Mr Kilfoyle has started the initiative in order to improve keyboard and literacy skills in the area, and is working with a number of potential sponsors, including United Utilities. Keyboard CrazyEpar BETT Stand Z100

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