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Events

Enjoy using your Welsh at the Learn Welsh Events 

The National Centre for Learning Welsh holds several national events each year. In 2021, we held the following virtual events.

 

Business Forum

We held a Business Forum for Welsh with David Thomas, Jin Talog and Daniela Schlick, Helo Blod. It was interesting to hear about the businesses, their background and how they use the Welsh language in the delivery of their services.

A big ‘diolch’ to the speakers and to everyone who attended the event.

Fforwm Busnes i Ddysgwyr

Virtual Christmas Fair

We had the opportunity to hear about produce and goods from all over Wales, including gin, cheese, pottery and jewellery, at this virtual fair.

A big ‘diolch yn fawr’ to the speakers and to everyone who came along to the evening.

Ffair Nadolig Rithiol

Welsh Language Rights Day

Welsh Language Rights Day aims to raise awareness of the opportunities available to use the Welsh language when dealing with public services. You can read more information here.

We had an informative and interesting session with the late Aled Roberts, Welsh Language Commissioner on Welsh Language Rights Day, 7 December 2021. Diolch yn fawr to everyone who took part and for all the questions on the night.

Mae Gen I Hawl

Cooking session with Rhys ap Trefor

We’d like to say ‘diolch yn fawr’ to Rhys ap Trefor for hosting a cookery session. It was a lovely evening and the Christmas ginger gluten-free and vegan cake looked delicious! 

Many thanks to everyone for taking part.

Cooking session

’Dolig Dysgwyr

We had a fun-filled evening with Welsh learners at Cymdeithas Eisteddfodau Cymru and Learn Welsh’s ’Dolig Dysgwyr.

Thank you/Diolch to everyone who came along to the evening.

Dolig Dysgwyr

Whodunnit Evening

‘Diolch yn fawr’ to everyone who came to the Whodunnit Evening. We had a fantastic time at this virtual murder mystery event. Thank you to the team for their great performances.

Christmas Whodunnit
Whodunnit evening

You can also enjoy catching up on the following events.

Ar Lafar

In 2021, the festival for Welsh learners, Ar Lafar, was held virtually on the Centre's Facebook Page.

Ar Lafar PlaylistVideos from the weekend are available for you to enjoy on our YouTube channel - behind-the-scenes virtual tours at Chirk Castle and Erddig Castle; a taste of life at 'Fron Haul', the quarrymen's houses at the Slate Museum; and an opportunity to do crafts and cooking.

We'd like to thank the National Trust, Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales and The National Library of Wales for joining us in this year's festival. 

Amdani

The Amdani – Learn Welsh Festival of Reading celebrates the Amdani series of books for Welsh learners, which includes various titles, from autobiographies and detective novels to romance, humour and short story compilations.

Catch up on the 2021 and 2022 festivals.

Learn Welsh Gigs 

Enjoy our Learn Welsh gigs with Dafydd Iwan and Gwyneth Glyn. 

Local Events 

The National Centre for Learning Welsh works with 11 course providers across Wales. Click on the following links to find out about Learn Welsh activities in your area.

Learn Welsh Cardiff provides courses in the Welsh capital.
Learn Welsh Swansea Bay Region provides courses in Neath, Port Talbot and Swansea.
Learn Welsh The Vale provides courses in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Learn Welsh Glamorgan provides courses in Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taf and Bridgend.
Learn Welsh Gwent provides courses in Caerphilly, Torfaen, Newport, Blaenau Gwent and Monmouthshire.
Learn Welsh Pembrokeshire provides courses in Pembrokeshire.
Learn Welsh Carmarthenshire provides courses in Carmarthenshire.
Learn Welsh Ceredigion - Powys - Carmarthenshire provides courses in mid Wales and Carmarthenshire.
Learn Welsh North West provides courses in Gwynedd, Anglesey and Conwy.
Learn Welsh North East provides courses in Flintshire, Denbighshire and Wrexham.
Learn Welsh Nant Gwrtheyrn provides residential courses at its Language and Heritage Centre on the Llŷn Peninsula.