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Tomorrow...you're only a day away!

So we've arrived... REAL is TOMORROW!

The team are all working so hard. Kerith is looking really lovely, bags and treats are prepared and ready for you all.

Our guests from LA are here and enjoying this lovely summer weather. Here are Dolce, me, Susan and her daughter Belle, and Kim, having enjoyed fish and chips (outside!) at an English country pub.

Abs arrives tomorrow, travelling down on the train from Bradford.

For those of you not yet booked in, or undecided, there is still time to decide to come along to REAL. We'd love to have you.

We can't accept any more online bookings via eventbrite, but don't worry, you can just turn up and register and pay tomorrow.

Doors to Kerith reception open tomorrow night at 6.30 for registrations; then the doors to the auditorium (both upstairs and downstairs) open at 7.

Saturday morning those that need to register can do so from 8, and the auditorium doors open at 8.30.

We've just received the fantastic news that we are able to use the College car park for both Friday evening and all day (and evening) Saturday! This will be such a blessing - less far to walk in the heat and in those shoes! You'll understand that there's not a car space for every single woman, so to accommodate us all we'll need to share lifts.

Enjoy your evening, get a good nights sleep :) we are praying for you.

See you tomorrow! X

 

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