Harborne & Edgbaston

Latin Group

Contact Latin Group
Coordinator: Alison Pople

Salvete!

The Latin group have made good progress this year, after changing the text book we use. This has provided a more thorough and logical progression.

The subject continues to test our little grey cells but is proving interesting and beneficial - we had a satisfying win at the U3A Quiz last year!

We have 9 members, with each member taking it in turns to lead a session. We meet at 2.00pm at St Faith & St Laurence on the 2nd and 4th Thursday in the month.

We have a vacancy for one new member, and if anyone is interested in starting a new group you would be welcome to see how we operate and we will give you any help and assistance you need.

Valete!

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