First Greek course such a great success.
The first course in Athens, Greece was held over the past weekend. As this was the first time, numbers were lower than in the more established regions. Graduate Stamatis Cardassilaris who lives near Athens was a major factor in this happening as he arranged the hotel and promoted the programme in the lead up to this course. Matt Wilton has taken over as Regional Director in this region and hopes this will be the start of many courses in the coming years in Gr
English was the worst feeling as I used to skip lessons when I knew I had to read out in class. Having a surname Wilton meant that I was a ‘W’ so I had to wait and wait to read and the fear used to really build up! I had a covert stammer, which meant I became a pro at avoiding words, sounds and situations. I could never say B, D and G words so I used other words to replace them.