Learning Latin


Due to popular demand, Ian Morton, recently retired Head of Classics at AKS Lytham and A Level Principal Examiner in Latin, is continuing his Latin classes in September 2017. He has sent us the following information about the classes – please contact Mr Morton direct if you have any enquiries:

Classes in Latin Language

If you are a complete beginner or just want to refresh your knowledge of Latin,        please join us!

Venue:   Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish Centre   63 St Albans Road  St Annes  FY8 1XD

Meeting each Thursday  6.30pm to 7.30pm

Starting Thursday 14th September 2017

Lessons will take place on Mondays once a month when the LSA CA lecture takes place.

If you are interested in learning or refreshing your knowledge of Latin, please contact Ian on caitlyn2@blueyonder.co.uk  or phone 01253 311586.


If you already know a little Latin, you may also be interested in joining the Association’s free Latin Reading Group – please click on the Latin Reading Group page or contact member John Delamore for further information: john.del@live.com

If you want to test how much Latin you remember or begin learning vocabulary etc. then you may enjoy joining the free Memrise website. Here is a link to forty-five free memory courses connected to learning Latin – have fun, but be warned it can get quite addictive!

Latin – Memrise

Many people like using the Cambridge Latin course.



The Association sometimes has some second-hand copies for sale on their bookstall available at lectures or you can purchase copies through the Amazon link here: or of course with a 15% discount through contacting Storytellers inc. and mentioning you are a member of the Association.

And for Book 1 there is a specific memory aide on Memrise:

Cambridge Latin Course – Book 1, – Memrise

In the meantime, here is a link to The University of Texas’s introductory public access online course:

Introduction to Latin – the LRC – The University of Texas at Austin