The Societe Franco-Britannique De Cardiff was founded in
1906 with the object of ‘the promotion of friendly relations
and mutual understanding between the peoples of France and Great Britain,
primarily by encouraging the study of the French language and culture’.
Today it continues to uphold this aim with a programme
of lectures, social events and visits.
|programme of lectures
||The programme of lectures runs from October to May.
Lectures, on a variety of topics, are given in French by experienced speakers.
These and other meetings will take place in the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
on Saturday evenings at 7.15 pm, except where indicated otherwise.
||Social events take place throughout the year: Fête de Noël, Fête des Rois, Mardi Gras,
Fête de Printemps, and the Fête Nationale in July.
|annual trip to France
||Each year in spring or summer there is a week’s trip to France.
Follow this link to see pictures from trips in previous years.
||Each year, usually in July, the Society organises an outing
and picnic in an attractive location in th UK.
||In 2006-7 the Society celebrated its centenary and a 60-page
illustrated history of the Society was produced. Follow this link to see the special
centenary year programme.
||The illustrated history of the Society has now been placed online. Follow this link to download a copy.
Membership is open to all who share the aims of the Society and visitors
are welcome to all our meetings and events. Annual membership costs £22
and the visitor fee is £4 per meeting. Reductions apply to students
and retired people.
Throughout its existence, the Society has been affiliated to the Alliance
Française. The Society is a registered charity, no. 1056433.
to the Alliance Française de Londres
Original artwork by Marcel Ragody, President of the Society in 1912