By Euro Weekly News Media • 04 February 2011 • 9:04
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THE inauguration of any new business venture in this tough economic climate should be celebrated. Last Friday saw the official inauguration of the latest language school ‘Espanglish’ located in custom built offices opposite the Bull Ring in Vera.
A large crowd were treated royally with hospitality provided by the Hotel Terraza Carmona in Vera to the official opening showing true innovation in both English and Spanish learning.
Promising that you will speak from lesson one, it is certainly a different approach to the run-of-the-mill offerings.
Last Friday’s opening party turnout goes to show the interest and support this project has both from the public and the government, who wish for the community to have more and better resources to learn English and Spanish and other skills in favour of employment, tourism and education in the Almanzora Valley.
By Richard Shanley
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