Stourbridge

Latin

We are a small group, most of whom studied Latin at secondary school more years ago than most of us care to remember. But we have found that some of the Latin we learned so long ago occasionally floats up to the surface of our memories, much to our surprise and delight, and have realised that Latin is much more fun than we remember from school!

More members would be very welcome, as long as you come with a little knowledge and a lot of interest! We use Ecce Romani series of Books and are about to embark on Book 3.

We meet monthly on 1st Thursday afternoon at St. James' Church hall, Wollaston, from 1.30pm

Future meetings will be on Thursdays :

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Geography History
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Kitchen Garden Knitting and Crochet
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Local History Mah Jong
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Ukulele & Singing What's Happening in the World Today?
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