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Looking for a Latin American Spanish class in London?

NSC News | Thursday, 19 December 2013 |

Learn Spanish and support NSC's solidarity work...next 12 week courses start on 10 February.

If you want to learn Spanish with a Latin American flavour the Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign is the place for you. We have small friendly evening classes teaching 3 or 4 levels at reasonable prices. Our Peruvian teacher will certainly get you talking as well as providing worksheets and homework. All profits help to fund our work.

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Next term's classes

Classes start on Monday February 10th and the term will be 12 weeks.

Beginners Plus 6.15pm - 7.15pm
Elementary 7.15pm - 8.15pm
Intermediate 8.15pm - 9.15pm

NB. It may be possible to attend two classes for the same price if this suits your needs better. Please get in touch to discuss your level if you are not sure. You may also be able to join mid-term.

Cost: £100 a term, £75 concessions.

The classes take place at: NSC, Durham Rd Resource Centre, 86 Durham Rd, London, N7 7DT. THERE IS WHEELCHAIR ACCESS.

Directions: Easiest route: At Finsbury Park tube, take the tunnel on to Seven Sisters Rd and turn right. Durham Rd is the 2nd on the right and the building is near the other end of the road on the right, on the corner of Hatley Rd. It is less than 10 minutes walk from the tube.

If you come by car, there are some parking spaces (free after 6.30) but some are residents only. If you come by bike, you can bring it inside if you prefer but do lock it up.

You are always welcome to make yourself a free tea or coffee.

Your class fees go towards our work which is to raise awareness in the UK of the situation in Nicaragua and to work with organisations fighting for social and economic justice. We organize speaker tours of Nicaraguans in the UK, produce a magazine, sell Nicaraguan coffee, solidarity t-shirts etc., put on events, and lots more.

For queries contact us on 020 7561 4836 or email us here