Would you like to improve your English skills, or do you know someone who would benefit from some extra support? The Community Organising team at Lincoln City Foundation are excited to be restarting face-to-face delivery of their popular ‘Conversation Clubs.’
‘Conversation Clubs’ have been delivered in the Sincil Bank neighbourhood of Lincoln for several years and have engaged with individuals from a variety of countries including Bulgaria, Mexico, China, Poland and Italy. The aim of classes is to teach English to non-native speakers in accessible community settings and help them to progress onto further opportunities, such as employment, community volunteering, or simply feeling more able to chat to their neighbour as they pass them on the street.
Alice Carter, Senior Community Organiser at Lincoln City Foundation says; “Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, virtual English lessons have been offered in recent months, however we are now looking forward to resuming face-to-face delivery in our Covid secure classrooms at the LNER Stadium. Our friendly classes are suitable for people of all English levels, and we are happy to welcome both previous and new participants to our Conversation Clubs.”
Free ‘Conversation Clubs’ will be held every Monday, 11am-12:30pm, and every Wednesday, 1-2:30pm, meeting at Lincoln City Foundation, LNER Stadium.
Places must be booked and can be secured by clicking, here.
The Community Organising team are part of the Place Based Social Action (PBSA) programme in the Sincil Bank area, which is funded by the DCMS and the National Lottery Community Fund.
If you would like to find out more about Conversation Classes or the Foundation’s PBSA programme, please get in touch with the Community Organising team: email@example.com