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Thank you

We are going to start this year with gratitude for 2021.

2021 was the year that Beyond Domestication left Amber’s and my head as we began sharing this story with individuals and organisations.

Throughout this period, we were supported by a brilliant, diverse team of advisors.

Our advisors oversaw all that we could achieve, and we are incredibly grateful for the support and knowledge they provided.

To recognise their role, we asked them to pick two charities for us to donate to, and they chose West London Welcome and NeuroMuscular Centre.

West London Welcome
NeuroMuscular Centre

We are pleased to support both of these charities and thank them for representing the Seven Practices with their beneficiaries.

Thanks again to the advisors, Raymond Sykes, Dr Ed Caddye, Mike Holland, Theresa Lindsay, Tony Alexander, Julia Kirkland and Mike Winstanley.

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