The Portsmouth Hispanic Society offers presentations and discussions on a wide and eclectic range of Hispanic topics.
Something of interest to anyone interested in all aspects of Hispanic culture and life. We welcome visitors to any of our meetings.
The Aims of the Society
- To further the understanding of all aspects of Hispanic culture and life
- To provide a meeting point for those interested in the Hispanic world
- To provide inexpensive tuition in the Spanish language at a range of levels
Our next meetingIn accordance with government recommendations as of 17th March 2020 all meetings are cancelled until further notice
We are delighted to tell you that our President Emeritus, Professor Patrick Williams, has been made a member of the Spanish Real Academia de la Historia , an august body founded in the 1730s. We have congratulated him on behalf of the Society, but will be very happy to forward to him any personal emails that members may wish to send.
Where we meetMeetings are held at the Fratton Community Centre
Off Clive Rd, Portsmouth
at 7.00pm usually on the first Thursday of the month.
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There is limited free parking. The Centre is twelve minutes walk from Fratton Railway station.
A number 18 bus stops at St Mary's Church, 2 mins walk away.
Society ActivitiesThe main activities of the Society are Spanish language classes and the Monthly Meetings. The meetings include talks or demonstrations followed by discussions, and a social evening with tapas available. One or two social events are also held during the year.
Monthly Meetings are open to anyone aged 18 or over and are conducted in English, though some Spanish may be spoken, and is translated.
Non-members are very welcome and pay £2.00 to attend any meeting
MembershipThe annual subscription for 2019/20 remains at £12.00.
Full-time students - half-price on production of a student card.
You may join by using our ONLINE FORM