RIP LTC Eastbourne

I’ve heard that it’s the end of the road for LTC Eastbourne. I haven’t come across an announcement from the school itself (now a Twin Language Centre). I’m only going on contact with staff, past and present.

I’m gutted.

I joined LTC as a residential teacher/activity leader back in early 2013. It was my first job after returning from a stint on the EPIK scheme in South Korea.

A language school based in a stately home, the summer house of the Duke(s) of Devonshire. Deer skipping around the grounds, resident badgers, King and Queen’s bedrooms, window graffiti by Princess Alix of Hesse, a royal elevator, unbelievable location. Really. What a place.

I’d teach in the morning, walk the kids up and down Seven Sisters in the afternoon, then embarrass myself playing Just Dance in the evening, under the watchful eye of Lady Compton (whose portrait hung in the main gallery).

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