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EAB launches new site

After an extensive period of development, the Esperanto Association of Britain is launching a new online home today.

The site that you're currently seeing is not the finished version but we feel is stable enough now for EAB members to enjoy and assist with developing by offering their comments and suggestions and reporting bugs where they see them.

Feel free to make use of the discussion areas, join one of our social groups, make purchases from our shop, contribute articles, read up on our classroom courses and see what we offer as distance learning, as well as finding out how to find other Esperanto speakers.

And if you're new to the Esperanto Association of Britain, we invite you to read about who we are and what we do.

Most of the content is currently in English. That will change in the future when the site stabilises and new features, currently under development, appear. We invite you to check back regularly as the site continues to take shape and hope you'll enjoy using it.

We would like to pay tribute to Bill Walker, who administrated the previous site from its creation in 2005 until its retirement today.


Bill himself refers to simply stepping in back then as a stop-gap and not at all expecting to still be here running substantially the same site so many years later. We are delighted that Bill has offered to continue supporting EAB with this new site and will be part of the team going forward.

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