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To start with, I would suggest, have a good search round these forums as there really is a wealth of info to be had from guys with shed-loads of experience.....
Whilst doing so, there appears to be a couple of local(ish), if my geography is correct, clubs to you listed on the "Clubs" pages.
If you have a garden - start there, as its sometimes amazing what you can find in your own backyard. It also spares the blushes in the early days when others can't see the trenches dug whilst you get to grips with your new machine!!
Only other thing would be to approach a local landowner (any friends farmers you know?) and have some private practice time.......
Whatever you do - ENJOY!!!
And remember - as I learnt quickly - the members here seem to be blessed with amazing levels of patience, and there are no "dumb questions" when starting out....
Who used to have an open mind, but his brains kept falling out......
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In addition to the good pointers above, there's also a Beginners' Guide in the panel to the left which would be worth reading through.
Good luck and always shout if you can't find the answer to any questions you might have (unlikely as just about any topic you can think of has been covered on here in one thread or another )
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