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Hi there.

I have been in Bern for 18 months now. I moved here to be with my partner, and we recently had a child. I am happy here, and (still) grappling with the language. I am looking to meet with anyone else from the UK who is in a similar position..... Having a child away from home and family, and the strain this can be. And with a good English sense of humour. Just a friendly face from the UK that likes to laugh at it all.

That's it really.

M )
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Old 04.09.2015, 06:05
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Re: UK chap in Bern with Swiss New Born

Hi Magnus, welcome to the Forum. We have a dinner together during the first week of each month, coming up is the popular Lebanese restaurant,

http://www.englishforum.ch/calendar....=2015-10-6&c=1

In the meantime, you could visit the English Club, on Thursdays and Fridays only, it is downstairs in an apartment block, so please arrive & leave quietly,

http://englishclub.ch/who-we-are
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Hi there.

I have been in Bern for 18 months now. I moved here to be with my partner, and we recently had a child. I am happy here, and (still) grappling with the language. I am looking to meet with anyone else from the UK who is in a similar position..... Having a child away from home and family, and the strain this can be. And with a good English sense of humour. Just a friendly face from the UK that likes to laugh at it all.

That's it really.

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Re: UK chap in Bern with Swiss New Born

Hi Magnus,


Sounds like we are in the same situation, also from the UK, just had a baby and moved here just over a year ago. We should catch up for a beer sometime.
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