• Alex Buxton

The Language Explorer has sailed into Plymouth Harbour!

With the help of JCDeaux, we are bringing the Language Explorer to a town near you. You will be able to find this wonderful Language Explorer poster at over 500 bus stops across the country. We hope to spread the word of this research project from the coasts of the South West to the highlands of Scotland.

This blog is the first instalment of a mini-series where we tell you where to locate the Language Explorer in your local neighbourhood. If you manage to find one on your daily travels, take a selfie and tweet us with the hashtag #languageexplorer. We will then send out a Language Explorer themed pencil case and badge as a bounty for your poster hunt. We are starting our travels in the most South Western location: Plymouth. Check out the table below to see if there is a post near you!


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