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Hi - the free healthcare recieved by many uni students is related to income rather than being in education. If you're still on a low income, you may be entitled to free healthcare. The relevant form is called the HC11 I believe. You can get them from most health centres and it is basically an income assessment form thing.
I'm feeling very festive! It snowed last night and I've been listening to xmas songs and wearing my Santa hat already! Done about half of my xmas shopping, and have already been out carolling (and making a couple of TV news appearances!) with my choir, AND I've been involved in recording a charity xmas single! I have also been getting a bit over-excited about my Tinkerbell advent calendar and the office High School Musical one (woop woop!). We decorated the office a couple of days ago and put the tree up - so exciting!! Hmm, perhaps I should go and calm down a bit now.... :-)
Hi everyone, hope you like your new avatars - I personally am very excited! Just so you know, in the near future Pete will be making it so that you can submit your own designs for extra accessories etc for them (eg. new hats, hairstyles...). So stay tuned for future developments!
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