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By Haddenham Webteam - 25th September 2014 7:50pm
Petit Club pour enfants francophones à Thame
The 4th Octobre le Petit Club Français d'Oxford will launch a French Club in Thame!
Would your child like to join this Club (every Saturday morning)?
We are happy to welcome every child who understands French and has at least one French-speaking parent or who has been educated in a French speaking country.
Venez découvrir le Petit Club Français à Thame. Nous lançons notre première classe le 4 octobre prochain.
Encore quelques places disponibles pour des enfants de l'âge de 6 ans et plus!
Pour plus d'informations (horaires, prix...): email@example.com
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