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Glasgow Toastmasters is the longest running Toastmasters public speaking club in Glasgow. We meet regularly to improve our public speaking, presentation, communication and leadership skills.
We have meetings at 7pm in Glasgow every 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesday of the month.
Venue: Jurys Inn, (on the corner) Jamaica Street.
Come join us one evening, we will be happy to see you!
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