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Increasing the use of Welsh

Increasing the use of Welsh

2021 Census results on the Welsh language In response to the publication of the 2021 Census figures on the Welsh language, Mentrau Iaith Cymru are calling on the Welsh Government to redouble their efforts to increase the use of Welsh within communities. This comes...

Football murals appearing all over Cymru

Football murals appearing all over Cymru

Those are the murals that have appeared so far. Watch out for more! Joe Allen in Narberth Gareth Bale in Cardiff Joe Rodon in Swansea Rhys Norrington-Davies in Bow Street Harry Wilson in Corwen Ethan Ampadu in Nantlle Valley Rob Page and Jimmy Murphy in Tylorstown...

Winner of the bucket hat competition announced

Winner of the bucket hat competition announced

More than 5,400 children took part in the Mentrau Iaith’s bucket hat design competition. The Mentrau Iaith would like to thank all the children, their parents and schools for competing! Early October the Mentrau Iaith launched the competition for children and...

Inspiration through Dafydd Iwan’s songs

Inspiration through Dafydd Iwan’s songs

The Mentrau Iaith (the Welsh language initiatives) all over Wales are offering a variety of exciting activities and events to celebrate the Welsh football team and their success going to Qatar for this year’s Football World Cup. Dafydd Iwan’s songs have inspired the...

Walking with Iolo Williams

The Mentrau Iaith have collaborated with the National Centre for Learning Welsh (Canolfan Dysgu Cymraeg) over the spring and summer months offering walking tours all over Wales with none other than the famous naturalist Iolo Williams leading four of the...

Magi Ann

Who is Magi Ann? Books written by Mena Evans with the aim of supporting children and their families to learn to read in Welsh - Magi Ann is the main character. The books continue to be popular decades later, with Menter Iaith Flint and Wrexham having developed many of...

Gŵyl Fach y Fro

Gŵyl Fach y Fro

Gŵyl Fach y Fro, organized by Menter Iaith Bro Morgannwg, will return to Barry Island this year on Saturday 21st May after two years of postponing the festival. Gŵyl Fach y Fro is pleased to announce the bands that will be taking part this year. Performers...