The International Association of English speakers in the Gard

BritsNîmes is a non-profit making association of people interested in the English language.
Membership is open to individuals or families.

BritsNîmes organises regular social and cultural activities.
These are varied and designed to help people to get to know the area,
make new friends and meet local people.
Information is shared via our website, emails, monthly newsletters and Facebook.

BritsNîmes
attracts members from many nationalities.
Some have lived in the area for many years, others are recent arrivals.
The regular get togethers allow everybody to exchange experiences about life in France.

BritsNîmes
is always delighted to have new members.
By joining BritsNîmes contact with other members in English can be both a pleasure and an experience, while a helping hand when in need is always welcome.
All nationalities welcome.



ACTIVITIES ON A BREAK

The activities and clubs list below are on a break, and we hope to restart them as soon as practicable. Please look out for our announcements.

Alès coffee morning
Alès book club
Beaucaire coffee morning
BritsVignes
Chess Club
Film Club
Nîmes Apéros
Restaurant Club
Sauve coffee morning
Sommières Meet-Up
Uzès coffee morning
Walking Club



Monthly Visits


Saturday 24 October 2020

– “Street Art - Real Art or Vandalism?

There was a time when graffiti was frowned upon and certainly not considered as art. But times have changed, and urban art is becoming increasingly popular and a significant art history movement. In France and around the world, street artists who once dodged municipal authorities are now being commissioned by them to decorate their towns, sometimes on a monumental scale.

Nîmes is one of France’s top cities for street art, sponsoring artists to create full-scale art works in the Gambetta and Richelieu neighbourhoods as part of the annual Festival d’Ouf! (6 Sept - 31 Oct).

Led by the Nîmes Tourist Office’s English-speaking street-art expert guide and illustrated by these urban art pieces, this visit will help you discover the role of street art in art history and in today's society in a broader sense.
More details to follow.

 
November – Le Museon Arlaten 
- newly re-opened after a 13-year hiatus and renovation, this stunning museum in central Arles showcases the history, traditions and heritage of Provence. The visit includes lunch.
 
Watch out for more details and reservations!
Sian
sian@britsnimes.com






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