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Nature walk for Welsh Learners with TV presenter Iolo Williams

Nature walk for Welsh Learners with TV presenter Iolo Williams

Dych chi’n ‘nabod Iolo Williams?  Do you know Iolo Williams?  Iolo is a regular presenter on BBC 2’s Autumnwatch, Winterwatch and Springwatch and has hosted numerous nature series on S4C. 

During April - July this year, Iolo will be leading four nature walks for learners, called ‘Ar Droed’ (on foot). This is a unique opportunity to enjoy speaking Welsh, while walking in the countryside.

The four walks will be held in:

  • 23/4/22 - Margam Park, Neath Port Talbot (20 places available)
  • 8/5/22 - Denbigh area (20 places available)
  • 29/6/22 - Cwm Idwal, Snowdonia National Park (20 places available)
  • 4/7/22 - Libanus, Brecon Beacons National Park (20 places available)

On the same days, there will be numerous other local walks held across Wales. So if you don’t get a place on a walk with Iolo, there will be plenty of other opportunities to walk and talk.

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The Ar Droed series of nature walks is a joint project between Mentrau Iaith Cymru and the National Centre for Learning Welsh.

The walks are also part of Mentrau Iaith Cymru’s #MiliwnOGamau (a million steps) challenge – a group effort to walk a million steps between April and July 2022.  The aim is to ensure plenty of opportunities to socialise in Welsh, and to support the Welsh Government’s target of a million Welsh speakers by 2050.

For more information and to register for these free nature walks, please email ardroed@mentrauiaith.cymru