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Clive Butchins visits Fontaney-aux-roses

Monday 11th November

Bonjour Mesdames,
 
This is a link to the video of my speech in Fontenay last Monday: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=642290595821664
 
I was surprised, having made an effort to get the pronunciation reasonably decent, how much of an English accent I had. Definitely room for improvement!
 
Thank you for all our help with it: it would have been a disaster without.
 
Salutations,
 
Clive

Offenburg visitors from Volkshochschule

College visit twin town in Borehamwood

10:47am Tuesday 2nd April 2013 in News (Borehamwood and Elstree Times)
By Anna Slater

VHC Visit

Mayor Charles Kelly presents Ralph Brunner with a coat of arms


German visitors had the ‘time of their lives’ when they took a trip to Borehamwood to learn about the area’s history.
Borehamwood and Elstree Twin Town Association hosted guests from the village’s twin town of Offenburg, near the Black Forest, last week.
During their stay, the 20 people from the Volkshochschule College learnt about the borough’s rich film history with a series of talks.
Film historian Bob Redman gave a presentation on films shot at the iconic Elstree studios, which was described as “interesting and exciting".
The visitors were then led to the iconic Elstree Studios, where they met managing director Roger Morris who spoke to them about his plans for the future.
Andrew Grady, vice chair of the association, said: “I think they had a super time learning about the area’s unique history.
“They all enjoyed finding out more about their twin town. It was an amazing week.”
As part of the trip, the visitors given a presentation by Borehamwood Museum volunteers on the changes the area has seen in the last 100 years.
Elstree & Borehamwood Mayor Charles Kelly also presented Offenburg resident Ralph Brunner, who helped organised the trip, with a coat of arms as a souvenir.
Mr Grady added: “A small history tour from Studio Way to Elstree & Borehamwood station went down well.
“They also had a nice pub lunch in St Albans and went to a café in Radlett for a social evening which was great.
“All in all, I think they had the time of their lives.”

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