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Welsh Language in Wales
40 sites in this category


Narrow SubjectLearning Welsh [12], Welsh Language Resources [20], Welsh Music [5], Welsh Societies & Celtic Groups [14]

Narrow AreaMid Wales [31], North Wales [32], South Wales [37], West Wales [33], Wales General [17], Overseas [14]

Widen SubjectArt & Culture / Welsh Language

National Welsh-American Foundation
http://www.wales-usa.org
The Foundation is Dedicated To: PROMOTING and sharing the history of Welsh-Americans; PROVIDING financial assistance, fellowships and study grants to individuals, eisteddfodau, Welsh festivals, traveling museums and exhibits; COORDINATING selected cultural and educational activities of Welsh-Americans; ASSURING a unified, effective voice for Welsh-Americans in all aspects of American society.


Acen Welsh Learners\' Resource
http://www.acen.co.uk
Acen - Information for learners, tutors and teachers about learning Welsh - Acen - Gwybodaeth i ddysgwyr, tiwtoriaid ac athrawon am ddysgu Cymraeg yn ail iaith.


Learn Welsh
http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/learnwelsh
BBC Wales Learning - Learn Welsh: Online resources for Welsh learners. Find Welsh courses in your area, use the online Dictionary, browse websites by your learning level and view a list of all our Learn Welsh websites.


Welsh Studies Institute in North America
http://www.madog.org
Cymdeithas Madog, the Welsh Studies Institute of North America, Inc., is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization dedicated to helping North Americans learn, use and enjoy the Welsh language. It takes its name from Madog ab Owain Gwynedd, a Welsh prince who sailed (according to legend) to America in the 12th century.


History and status of the Welsh language
http://users.comlab.ox.ac.uk/geraint.jones/about.welsh/
This page aims to answer, from the - perhaps necessarily opinionated - standpoint of a native Welsh speaker, some questions about the historical, political and cultural background of the language that he or I think might be asked by a learner from outside that culture.


The Welsh Cambrian Society of Canterbury, New Zealand
http://canterbury.cyberplace.org.nz/community/welshsociety/
To join the Society you don\'t have to be Welsh or even have a connection with Wales, all we ask is an interest in the Society and in things Welsh. If you live in the Christchurch area why not contact us, come along to one of our meetings and get to know our friendly members. If you live further away you can become a friend of the Society and still receive our newsletters. For more information contact either the e-mail address below or the postal address on our home page.


Menter Caerffili
http://www.mentercaerffili.org
Established to raise the profile of the Welsh language across the county, the Menter works in partnership with organisations, businesses, learners, youth and schools in the area. The purpose of the Menter is to increase the opportunities for people in the area to use the Welsh language in a variety of ways.


The Puget Sound Welsh Association (PSWA)
http://www.scn.org/people/welsh
PSWA is an umbrella group coordinating the activities of various Welsh clubs dedicated to preserving the long history & heritage of Welsh culture in the Puget Sound region and surrounding area.


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