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Franco-Scottish Society virtual talk: L’histoire d’Aubigny-sur-Nère et son lien avec l’Ecosse

Wednesday 17 February 19:00-21:00


The French Institute in Scotland is proud to be partnering with the Franco-Scottish Society (Edinburgh branch) for a new virtual event.



Virtual talk: L’histoire d’Aubigny-sur-Nère et son lien avec l’Ecosse

Wednesday 17 February 2021 at 7:00pm
In French | Free, members only

Online: BOOK HERE


Please note: you will receive the zoom link a few hours before the event. Please contact us at frenchclassesife gmail.com if you have not received the link 30min before the event.


Not a member? Find out more about becoming a member of the Institut français d’Ecosse here.

(Members of the Franco-Scottish Society (Edinburgh branch) will automatically receive the link for the talk on the day of the event.)

A trip to Aubigny l’Ecossaise, the most Scottish of all French towns (it has its own kiltmaker) thanks to its long-standing connection with the exiled Stuart kings. The talk will be in French, hosted by Gerry Toner of Glasgow Branch and Vee Walker of Highland Branch. Our guest speaker is M. François GRESSET, premier adjoint et référent historique et touristique de la ville who will be speaking live from the town hall at Aubigny.



Credit: Aubigny.net
Institut Français Écosse 2021