Twin town students to visit

Secretary John French (left), chairman Tony Price, Sheila French (accommodation), treasurer David Mulliner and Sylvia Duffy (French teacher)

Secretary John French (left), chairman Tony Price, Sheila French (accommodation), treasurer David Mulliner and Sylvia Duffy (French teacher)

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A group of students from Ludlow’s twin town of La Ferté Macéare are set to make a visit.

Eight students and three staff from Lycee Des Andaines will spend six days in Ludlow during a stay based around the town’s college.

They will be spending their evenings at the home of host families and will undertake a range of activities during the day.

Much of the time will be spent attending lessons with students from Ludlow College but there are also a number of trips planned to enable them to learn more about life in south Shropshire.

These include a visit to Ludlow Castle and Museum as well as a tour of McConnel Limited.

Students will get the chance to relax with sports activities, ice-skating and trips to the pub and restaurants.

The French visitors arrive by bus on Sunday and leave the following Saturday.

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