Plymouth Languages Cafe gets different tongues wagging
"TOWN and gown" are coming together at a Plymouth University Language Cafe.
The cafe, set up by staff from the university's Business School, is open to the public, staff and students.
A native speaker at each table guide conversations in French, Spanish and English, and occasionally German, Chinese or Italian.
University lecturer Ricky Lowes said: "The Languages Café helps home and international students to make contact and network, fosters cross-cultural friendships, and links town and gown."
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People of all abilities are welcome.
Ms Lowes said there was also interest in starting tables for Greek, Cantonese and Russian.
The Café runs in term times on Mondays and Thursdays during the day in the Plymouth Business School, with an evening session from 5.30pm to 6.30pm in the Cultural Café, in the university's Nancy Astor Building.