The Mentrau Iaith

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St Dwynwen’s Day – patron saint of love

We will be celebrating St Dwynwen's Day on January 25th - she is the Welsh patron saint of love. We have put together a fun activity pack for you to learn more about Dwynwen, it includes her story, useful Welsh words, a word search amongst others! Go ahead and...

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Angen – unigolyn profiadol, proffesiynol a chymwys i gefnogi ni gyda, ac i ddatblygu, ein gwaith Marchnata a Chyfathrebu

Y Fari Lwyd (The Mari Lwyd)

The Mari Lwyd is one of Wales' best known - if not strangest - traditions! This is the tradition over the Christmas and New Year time where a small crowd of people would sing to gain entrance to houses or taverns, accompanied by a man dressed in white with a decorated...

New Chair of Mentrau Iaith

We are pleased to share the news that Dewi Snelson has stepped into the chairmanship of Mentrau Iaith Cymru since November this year (2021). He has been vice-chair for the last three years while Lowri Jones chaired. We particularly wish to thank Lowri for her diligent...

Success in attracting volunteers grant

We at Mentrau Iaith Cymru are hugely excited and pleased to announce that we have been successful with a grant application to the Volunteering Wales Strategic Grant programme, our project is called “Y Gymraeg a Gwirfoddoli 2022” (Welsh and Volunteering 2022) The...

Welsh speaking Sion Corn (Santa) – his locations all over the country!

Do you want Santa to speak Welsh with your child? Take a look at this useful booklet!

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