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Lua Course, and the Wiltshire Countryside too

Silbury Hill With courses such as Lua Programming, our delegates come from far and wide - it's very much a niche subject, and that's why we provide facilities that are a little different to most training companies - such as our own hotel facilities.

The wide spread of our delegates also means that we'll often be introducing all the delegates on a course to the beauties of our part of the country, and perhaps even to England - and we're delighted to do that where it does not interfere with the operation of the course. The days are getting shorter now as mid winter approaches in a couple of months, so evening excursions are out (or dark!). However, there's nothing to stop us starting the course a little earlier in the mornings, and running a little later in the evenings.


Avebury Which means we can take a slightly extended lunch break, and take our visitors to see something of what there is to see here abouts. An extra half hour in the morning, and extra hour in the early evening, the normal 45 minutes for lunch ... all add well together for a couple of hours of sightseeing.

The pictures that accompany this item were taken yesterday, and show delegates at Avebury and Silbury Hill.

(written 2008-10-16)

 
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