If you have come to Durham from another country you are welcome to come to Amigos, whether you are in Durham as a student or research scholar, or the partner of a student.
Every Wednesday evening from 8pm to 10pm during vacations as well as term time.
In the upstairs hall of St Nic’s church.
We serve free tea (many varieties), coffee, hot chocolate and snacks.
‘Amigos’ is the Spanish word for ‘friends’. Amigos is about making friends – a chance to relax and meet people informally.
If you join our email list you can find out about the weekly programme. We also arrange activities on other days such as Saturday outings to interesting places, especially during the summer, and occasional short holidays away.
Click here for the current Spring Programme, contact details and information about forthcoming trips.
Amigos is run by a team of people from St Nicholas church but you do not have to be a Christian or a religious believer to come to Amigos. You can practise English if you want to and there is plenty of opportunity to learn about other cultures.
For more information contact Tom Hudson email@example.com
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A free conversational class for international folk who want to improve their speaking skills. The sessions are held every Thursday, from 1.30pm - 3pm, at St Nic's.
As with Amigos, for more information contact Tom Hudson firstname.lastname@example.org
We run Bible studies for international students interested in learning more about the Christian faith. For more details contact Tom Hudson, email@example.com