Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Successful meeting for Gaelic speakers and learners in the Community Centre earlier this evening

The "Cearcall Còmhraidh" (learners circle) regulars that meet every Saturday 12-1 in the library held a meeting in the Community and Arts Centre tonight as their advertising material stated:

"Looking for ideas of the kinds of things people of Nairnshire would like, with a view to starting up a new Highland Cultural and Social group where Gaelic would have priority but also where learners of the language would be welcome and supported in a friendly environment."

The cearcall folk had thought that an attendance of around 20 would have been a success but on the night it was neary 40 who turned up for a blether and to exchange ideas on ways of creating opportunities for using Gaelic and for learning the language. Some very interesting ideas were brought forward and a committee was set up. Abair thusa gur e toradh brosnachail tighinn as. 

— A Gurn from Nurn (@GurnNurn) March 22, 2017

More info on future events coming soon and a warm welcome awaits you. In the meantime want to try a bit of Gaelic? Here's a very good page to get going - just give it a few minutes every day - you never know you might get hooked :-)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

S math a rinn thu! Sgoinneil!