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21st February 1997 at 00:00
QUIXOTICALLY SPEAKING. Ken Mack, longtime campaigner for improved special needs expertise, has produced a collection of his autobiographical poems, campaign letters to newspaper editors, and letters from parents and professionals to raise money for AFASIC (overcoming speech impairments). His twin sons, both learning disabled, are helping with collating, folding and stapling. Funding has been provided by BT and the Prince's and Royal Jubilee Trusts. Please send Pounds 2 cheque made payable to AFASIC plus 50p postage to: 19 Crathie Place, Rhosddu, Wrexham LL11 2HB.

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