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Host Families Urgently Sought

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CES Oxford is an English language school in Wheatley. The school is urgently seeking friendly homestay hosts in Thame and Haddenham for some of its international foreign language students, aged 14 — 18 for the period 10th March to 23rd March.

Both single and twin rooms are required, please, in the homes of host families — who will provide bed, breakfast and evening meal.

Good rates payable — e.g., £243 a week for 2 students.

For more information, please call Sue Wells, in the Accommodation and Welfare Office; Tel: 07803 835499

To learn more about CES Oxford, please visit the website

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