Brighton

Suomi 100 juhla

Suomi julistettiin itsenäiseksi valtioksi 6.12.1917 pitkän ponnistelun jälkeen. Brightonin Suomi-koulu juhlistaa satavuotista Suomea 25.11.2017 King and Queen -pubin juhlatilassa Brightonin keskustassa. Toivomme mahdollisimman monen lähtevän mukaan, joten pidämme tunnelman rentona ja lippuhinnan alhaalla. Hintaan sisältyy buffet-illallinen, tervetuliaismalja ja kakkukahvit.

Lippuja voi ostaa Suomi-koulun sähköpostiosoitteen kautta brightfinns@gmail.com tai Suomi-koulun kaupasta.

Ohjelma on viimeistelyä vaille valmis, mutta jos olet kiinnostunut esittämään jotain suomalaista, ota yhteyttä brightfinns@gmail.com.

Suomi 100 party

Finland was declared an independent state on 6 December 1917 after a long struggle. The Finnish School of Brighton celebrates hundred years of Finnish independence on 25 November 2017 in the function room of King and Queen pub in central Brighton. To encourage as many as possible to join us, the party will be informal and the ticket price low: the price includes a buffet dinner, a welcome drink and coffee and cake.

Tickets can be bought via The Finnish School's email address brightfinns@gmail.com or at The Finnish School's shop.

Program for the evening is just receiving finishing touches, but if you are interested in performing something Finnish, please get in touch at brightfinns@gmail.com."


The next school date is 18th November - see you there!



Established in 1993, supported by Finn-Guild and The Finnish Department of Education through Suomi-Seura. The aim of Suomi schools throughout the UK is to advance education in the Finnish language, Finnish affairs, history and culture. The school promotes the benefits of bilingualism within British-Finnish families.

Our school also offers a place for anyone with a link or an interest in Finland living in and around Sussex to come and meet, socialise and make friends. The school organises end of term parties, as well as meeting up at other events in the Brighton area, such as The Independance Day Party. See this years events on the news page.

We generally meet every second Saturday morning during term time from 10-12. (see Where & When for term dates). Even if you are not looking to learn the language, you will always be welcome to pop in for a coffee during term times.




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