Return to normal activities for El Campello association

Return to normal activities for El Campello association

CAMPELLO MEETING: Bilingue El Campello resume all activities Photo credit: Campello town hall

THE Bilingue El Campello association has resumed all activities after two years of a reduced programme owing to the pandemic.

These include the association’s weekly meetings, excursions and cultural journeys while members will also be organising working groups to assist the integration of new arrivals who have chosen El Campello as their permanent residence.

The association has more than 225 members from 23 countries who speak 16 different languages, although activities are carried out in English and Spanish.

Bi-lingue El Campello’s president Jose Javaloyes is Spanish, its secretary Beatriz Lenis is from Colombia, vice-presidnet Bill Mullaney is British and the treasurer Karen Lelieveld is Dutch.  Committee members Mar Asin and Judith Mirams are Spanish and Swiss respectively.

Bilingue El Campello’s return to normal activities commenced with an assembly held at the Municipal Library.  Also president was the new Residents’ councillor Dorian Gomis, who stressed the town hall’s readiness to collaborate with the association’s activities.

For more information about Bilingue El Campello, visit the website.

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Linda Hall

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