|Welsh Language in Wales|
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Mabon a Mabli
Specialists in Welsh/bilingual books, educational resources, games, audio tapes, CDs and CD-Roms, videos, posters for young children. Very wide range. Arbenigwyr mewn llyfrau Cymraeg, adnoddau addysgol, gemau, casetiau, CDs a CD-Roms, fideos, posteri i blant ifanc. Dewis eang.
History and status of the Welsh language
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.
Celfyddydau Mari Arts
A unique force in Wales, created to research, preserve and encourage the use of all aspects of the traditional arts including song, music, dance, drama and storytelling. This website aims to be the central reference point for the traditional arts in Wales, with links to relevant sites in Wales, the other nations of Britain, in Europe and elsewhere in the world.
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 Heritage Week
Welsh Heritage Week is a week-long course on everything Welsh, including: language lessons, folk dancing, clogging, hymn singing, harp lessons, Welsh literature, and so much more.
Cymdeithas Cymraeg Vancouver Welsh Society Canada
Our Society provides a friendly place for people from Wales to gather and socialize together. We are guardians of the history of Welsh migration to Vancouver and other parts of British Columbia. Hospitality is extended to visitors from every corner of the world, and our doors are always open to those who share our love of traditional Welsh music and poetry.
The Welsh National Gymanfa Ganu Association
The purpose of The Welsh National Gymanfa Ganu Association is \"to preserve, develop and promote our Welsh religious and cultural heritage, including, but not limited to the Gymanfa Ganu, and our religious and cultural traditions, and to do all things necessary and proper to accomplish and enhance the same\".
The Welsh Cambrian Society of Canterbury, New Zealand
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.
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