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Ellie House

Project manager, creative problem solver in Coventry

Patterns Past and Future

PRESENTED ON MAY 19, 2015
IN COVENTRY @ VOL 21

A look at patterns that are all around us and examination of whether they help or hinder us in our lives.

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