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Marianne Pleavin |
Macon Summer School 2012. I really enjoyed my visit to Macon, the lessons were quite hard work but very interesting, I did learn quite a lot of new words and make new friends on the course.
The members of the Comite Jumelage worked so hard, taking us out to a variety of great places of enormous interest most afternoons, and everyone was so kind and generous with their time and help, making it one of the most rewarding trips that I have made for a long time. My first contact with Macon was c. 1957 when a French teacher came from the Lycee Lamartine to teach us at Crewe County Grammar School. I have never visited Macon before, but I certainly hope that I shall be able to keep in contact with new friends.
Thank you for your help
15 August 2012 - Cheshire

Ann Sutton |
Macon Summer School 2012. Just to report we had a fantastic time at Macon, the reception, the attention and the visits were tremendous.

Both my daughter and I loved the whole experience and the other nationalities on the course, made it even more special.

It was also such good value.

We cannot thank CANTA/Comite de jumelage enough.
15 August 2012 - Cheshire

John Hobley |
We at the British-German Association are holding a conference for british-german Twinners on 12th October.
What e-mail address do we use to get a copy of the programme to your officers? Best wishes
5 August 2012 - London

Michael Barth |
Dear all,
sind 10 pm we are back in Bischofsheim. Thank you for inviting us to your ESC. It works! Nice greetings and best wishes to all memebers of CANTA
Michael and Bea
29 July 2012 - Bischofsheim

Neil Pickering |
Just browsing and saw Tom Pilkington's article on Canta (which I had never come across before); Tom used to come with Graham Chesters (my neighbour in Gainsborough Rd/Alton St area), the latter teaching me to play chess; I started in crewe Grammar in 1960 when these "mature' guys were already prefects. Always go for the Macon wines because of their association with Crewe!
18 May 2012 - now in London

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