Ramblers Club

We walk and talk

 Ramble verb [intransitive] /’ræmb(ə)l/

  1. to talk for a long time in a confused way, especially about other things instead of the subject that you should be talking about
  2. to go for a long walk in the countryside for enjoyment

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  • A social club for International House students and teachers
  • Enjoy a walk, enjoy nature, enjoy meeting and chatting to students and teachers from other classes – practise your English in a nice, relaxing environment and make new friends
  • Ramble, in both meanings of the word
  • We plan a different walk each time, finishing in a restaurant for eating, drinking and more talking…
  • All welcome
  • You’ll need: A desire to walk, a desire to talk and some good walking shoes / boots
  • Look out for more information on Facebook or Twitter, or ask your teacher