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Maybe looking through the items we are selling has got you interested in learning the Welsh language? Or maybe you learnt some Welsh at school but have now forgotten it? Here are some links to help you (Siop Cwlwm is not responsible for the content of external websites):
Information and advice on raising children bilingually. There are lots of different sorts of resources available that can help you to use Welsh with your baby, even if you don’t speak the language very well yourself.
Croeso will give you the skills you need to speak and understand simple Welsh in everyday contexts. No previous knowledge of Welsh is required. This key introductory Level 1 course will take you through a wide range of practical situations such as socialising, travelling and shopping, and explores aspects of Welsh society and culture. We’ll send you printed and audio materials, and you’ll have a dedicated website, all of which support independent learning. And while you’re learning the language, you’ll gain a real feel for the Welsh way of life too.
Provides information about the Welsh for Adults courses which are available in north Wales, and some resources too. The North Wales Centre's catchment area includes: Ynys Môn, Gwynedd (excluding Meirionnydd), and Conwy in the west, and Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham in the east. The region has a population of 631,283; with approximately 30% who can either speak, read or write Welsh. Around 7,000 people enroll on Welsh courses in North Wales each year.
Course prospectuses are available from Siop Cwlwm too.
Becoming a Welsh speaker could change your life - opening up a wider range of job opportunities, supporting your child with their education, exploring Welsh culture, participating in Welsh cultural events, and even making new friends and acquaintances.
Part of Aberystwyth University, we organise all Welsh for Adults Courses in Mid-Wales, throughout Ceredigion, Powys and Merionethshire. We work with local providers to ensure we offer a comprehensive range of courses which will appeal to learners of all levels – either those looking to improve their Welsh or those who want to start learning Welsh.
We also run Proficiency courses for fluent Welsh speakers wishing to improve their command of the Welsh language.
Derby Welsh Learners Circle meets weekly, on Tuesday mornings at 10am, during term time, in The Friend's Meeting House, St Helen's Street, Derby.
All who are learning Welsh, or who speak Welsh are welcome.
For details email firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the link above.
Podcast and downloadable materials to help you learn Welsh
Your one stop shop for learning resources, games and activities.
A website which has been designed by Bangor University to help you use Welsh in work. Suitable for fluent Welsh speakers and advanced learners.