A bheil thu a’ fuireach ann am Moireibh no a bheil uidh agad anns an sgìre sin?
A-màireach air “teams”
• 1100-1215 “Gaelic Place names of Moray, their origins, development and treatment,” an on-line input by Dr Jake King. The activities room at Elgin Library has also been booked so people without digital access can come along.
Dr Jacob King was awarded a PhD at the University of Edinburgh in Scottish river-names in 2008 and in the same year began working for Ainmean-Àite na h-Alba, the organisation responsible for providing authoritative forms of Gaelic place-names for use in the public sphere. He is the author of a number of articles, including a column about place-names in the Gaelic page of The Scotsman; he is also co-author of the Scottish Natural Heritage `Gaelic in the Landscape' series. In 2019, he released Scottish Gaelic Place-names: The Collected Works of Charles M. Robertson. His book The A-Z of Scotch Whisky Place-names is coming out in March.
Email: Karen.Delaney@moray.gov.uk for the Teams link