Singlish is a resource for students who have begun to learn the language and wish to extend their knowledge of culture and also their verbal and listening skills. It is designed to be used in conjunction with other teaching methods to develop interest in the language.​


Singlish in Huvosvolgy – April & May 2023
Singlish will continue in its traditional format starting from 1630 and going through to 1900. It is possible that there...
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Final IPSC Hungary 2023 at the University and School of Dance
IPSC Hungary 2023 final in Budapest The topic for the final was: „You don’t get a second chance to make...
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Bristol Channel Pilot Boat “Cariad” from 10th March 2023
Cariad 25 March 2023 Plank1 port & starboard cut, fitted, bent, glued 23 March 2023 Cockpit floor, mast fixing  ...
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Beaumaris Castle from 17th February 2023
Beaumaris Castle 26  February 2023 West wing buildings completed. Castle completed      26  February 2023 East range internal buildings...
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The New ESU of Hungary runs several events of its own but also co-operates with other organisation such as the Oxford University Press, the Scottish Mission on Vörösmarty utca and the Robert Burns International Foundation to put on traditional quality events.

Steve Jones

Folk Singer

Steve has been performing in folk clubs for over 35 years.

In 1999 he began his association with English language music in Hungary, regularly performing at the Oxford University Press and MacMillans conferences.

Steve works as General Secretary of the Robert Burns International Foundation which raises money for Childrens’ Hospitals and similar charities.

Ship Models

The collection includes over 50 models from Triang Minic from the 1950s and 1960s, over 70 plastic kits from Eagle Ships also from the 1960s and plastic Revell kits current today, from the 1990s onwards.