Posted by: Admin | June 21, 2012

Follow on Facebook!

Just a quick post, folks, to remind you that it is possible to follow project50 on Facebook! I hope to post regularly on the Facebook page in future as it makes it easy for people to share, comment and get involved – so please do take a look, click to “like” and start spreading the word by posting and sharing on your own Facebook page. Thanks!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/project50/127893697247935
Please like and share – you don’t have to be 50 to be a project50 supporter! (But you will be one day!)

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