Polish Language and Culture Enthusiasts Club

Run by Ewa Hogarth-Jones from Word of Mouth Languages Running from
Next event: Monday 16 September at 7.30pm
  • £2 cash
  • Meeting Room

Are you interested in learning Polish and finding out more about the country and its culture? Monthly meetups offer you the opportunity to learn, improve or keep up with the language. Meet up with natives and other learners who wish to discover the Polish language and culture.  

Anyone who is interested in Polish at any level of linguistic ability is welcome to this group. Check the meetup page

Run by Ewa Hogarth-Jones from Word of Mouth Languages, a language enthusiast who loves learning and teaching languages. Ewa is a native and has been living in the Chester area for more than a decade. She is a fully qualified teacher who enjoys spreading her passion about languages teaching French, Spanish and especially her mother tongue, Polish. 

For further information please contact Ewa 

info@wordofmouthlanguages.co.uk  07477 903 760 

 

Time details

7.30pm - 9.30pm

Upcoming events

Monday 16 September 7.30pm Meeting Room
Monday 21 October 7.30pm Meeting Room
Monday 18 November 7.30pm Meeting Room
Monday 9 December 7.30pm Meeting Room

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