Join a language club!

Part of OrneLink’s remit is to facilitate social and linguistic exchange between members. Many expat members of the network would like to improve their French; but lessons can be costly, inconvenient and hard to stick at. There are also many French members who would love the opportunity to practice or improve their English.

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Useful Information

Looking for help with some practical aspects of your life in the Orne?

There is a list of Practical links (services such as social workers, health organisations, etc. and your elected representatives).

We also have a list of French classes available in the department. Or, if you are interested learning French (or English!) in a more social setting, why not join a language club? If you would prefer to have private lessons, why not leave a message on the Exchange?

What does the council do?

In order to help you better understand the services we offer, Orne Council recently launched an English version of its website. Or you can download an English version of our user's guide (2009 edition).

With a budget in excess of 370M euros, the council works to provide fiscal stability in the department whilst responding to the needs of each generation; helping families, ensuring high-quality secondary education, providing care for the elderly, working for the social inclusion of those in need and the disabled.

Download Orne Council, a user's guide (PDF)


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