Members of the society, which was founded in 1947, agreed it should continue “and that it should be restored to its former activity and given new life. This is of special importance given the impending Brexit,” the society wrote in a press statement.
In November, they voted in a new transitional council, headed by David Clark as president, and outlined future activities.
The plan is to continue activities like the Winston Churchill lectures, English classes and trips to the UK, while developing new activities such as visits to cidery, the European Court of Justice and a talk about the Royal Air Force.
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