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ELC Brighton and Eastbourne new logo 2016

ELC Brighton and Eastbourne School of English – re-brand

ELC Brighton reception - JennaExciting news from ELC Brighton and Eastbourne School of English

Following the merger of Eastbourne School of English with The English Language Centre in Brighton in 2010, we have been working very closely together as one organisation with a combined experience of more than 130 years. We feel the time is now right to move to 1 common brand with 1 logo and 1 brochure to ensure greater clarity about the relationship of the 2 schools which are run by the educational charity The English Language Centre. ESOE, will therefore become The English Language Centre, Eastbourne and we will have new logos for both schools. We also feel this is a great opportunity to harmonise and modernise the brand.

In practical terms this means no real change in what we offer in terms of service and quality. We will still be offering all the benefits of a quality independent school. Administration, registration, accommodation will continue to be managed locally by the same team in Trinity Trees and you will still deal with the same people as now.

You can find out more about the ELC group here and here is the new logo:

ELC Brighton new logo 2016

NEW Brochure

We have a new combined brochure that has been totally redesigned and contains many more photos of both schools.

You can find our Brighton & Eastbourne joint 2017 brochure here


ELC Eastbourne Trinity TreesQuestions

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the organisation contact:
Brighton: Phil Hopkins, Chief Executive,
Eastbourne: John Veal Centre Manager,

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