Café Franco-Anglais ~ La Celle Guenand, Touraine


Café Franco-Anglais

Saturday 12th March 2011 from 16.00 – 18.00 at the Café “Au Panier d’Alice” in La Celle Guenand, South Touraine.

A chance for French and English neighbours to come together to enjoy an English Afternoon tea together

The aim is to get to know each other, French and English, understand what brought them to the region, what interests we share. In brief, to make a cultural exchange

At the Cafe “Au Panier d’Alice” there is a stock of English and French books and newspapers a part of the “Champs de livres” library which is donated or loaned.

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Café FrancoAnglais

Samedi 12 mars 2011 de 16 h 00 à 18 h 00 au Café “Au Panier Alice” á La Celle Guenand.

Une chance pour les voisins Français et Anglais de se réunir en profitant d’un thé anglais ensemble.

Notre but est de se connaître mutuellement, français et anglais, comprendre ce qui nous a amenés dans la région, les intérêts que nous y partageons. Initier un échange culturel.

Dans ce café « Au Panier d’Alice », il y a des revues et livres français. Quelques uns en Anglais. Un anglais du village dépose “the guardian”. Une partie de la bibliothèque de l’association est donnée ou prêtée. Merci à tous ceux qui prêtent ou donnent pour le bonheur de tous.

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About Jim McNeill

I am a blogger on 'The Social History of the Touraine region of France (37)' and also 'The Colonial History of Pennsylvania and the life & Family of William Penn'. I am a Director of Fresh Ground Group Ltd.
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3 Responses to Café Franco-Anglais ~ La Celle Guenand, Touraine

  1. Hi there,

    The Cafe Franco – Anglais meets once a month at the Bar / Restaurant “Au Panier d’Alice” the next meeting is on Saturday 30th April at 16.00.
    more info on the Champs des livres blogspot…

    regards…… Steve

  2. gaynor brotherhood says:

    It’s a pity, but we will be in the UK when this meeting takes place. We would have loved to join in and meet more people who live locally. C’est la vie!
    We have a few English books so will perhaps try to call in to the cafe and leave them.
    Perhaps if there are any more meetings we may join in.

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