21 June 2018
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11 January 2019
‘The Customer’/’You’/Your’ is all users and customers of the website at www.martinkeaveney.wordpress.com and www.martinkeaveney.com and all customers that transact business at Martin Keaveney Creative Writing Facebook business page.
21 March 2019
The course fee for Creative Writing: One Day Course (Introduction) is non-refundable. If for any reason you can not attend, you will be entitled to a place on a future course, which will be offered within 12 months of the original course date.