The witch guide to better learning

16th January 2004 at 00:00
A new year and a new FErret. In the search for personal renewal, I've decided the diet and gym are too predictable this year.

So to the website of the Isle of Avalon Foundation, based in mystical Glastonbury in Somerset.

Under the tutorship of Kevin Saunders, who wears two hats as a Wiccan high priest and press officer of a Bristol-based environmental charity, you can become a "modern-day witch". And, at the same time, his students can gain an NVQ level 3 qualification in improving "own learning and performance".

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