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‘Neb Ond Ffyliaid’ – a series of talks on Welsh placenames
Live and interactive sessions, with Meirion MacIntyre Huws, on the Hunaniaith Facebook page.
Placenames and their origins
According to the Prof. John Morris Jones, only fools would venture to explain placenames. Fools or not there is a lot of interest in the subject.
These are session, held in Welsh, are aimed at those who are interested in the subject of place names but don’t know where to start. The sessions will begin with the basics, e.g, Bryn, Llan, Pant and Llwyn and will progress to more complicated names. We’ll learn how the language itself has changed and how that has moulded the Welsh place names of today. The sessions will last around 40 minutes.
Thursday evenings, 8:00pm:
October – 28th, 2021
November – 25th, 2021
December – No session
January – 20th, 2022
February– 17th, 2021
Monthly Video Games Club
Following the huge success of the 4 Rocket League Tournaments in June, Hunaniaith in collaboration with other Mentrau Iaith in north Wales is holding a monthly Video Games Club. Starting at the end of the month, the Club will offer more opportunities for children and young people to socialise in Welsh, especially over the summer holidays.
These games will be played in July with the respective age groups.
7 -11 year olds: Minecraft
12 – 15 year olds: Minecraft
16 – 18 year olds: Fifa 21
18+: Fifa 21
Further information available after registration.
This club will be a Welsh-medium event.
We would like to thank everyone that took part in the tournament and congratulate our winners, here are some of them wearing their prizes from Spirit of 58.
The Legend of Rhys a Meinir and the Legend of GwrtheyrnGwilym Bowen Rhys recounts two of our most tragic Welsh legends; Rhys and Meinir’s doomed love that came to an end at Nant Gwrtheyrn and Gwrtheyrn himself, King of the Britons persecuted to the Nant to face the consequences of his mistakes..
Six guided walks for Welsh learners this summer in Dwyfor; Welsh learners and proficient speakers equally welcomed to join.
GWYNEDD CHAMPIONS: CWIS DIM CLEM
Congratulations to Ella, Gethin, Glesni, Oli and Jac from Ysgol Gwaun Gynfi, Deiniolen for their victory in the County Round of Cwis Dim Clem and the best of luck to them next month in the National Round against other Mentrau Iaith teams in Wales. High praise also goes to YSGOL TUDWEILIOG for coming a very close second and to Ysgol Talsarnau for coming third.
In February 2021, in collaboration with Sgiliaith, Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol and Grŵp Llandrillo Menai we held the third in our series of conferences to raise awareness of the benefits and value of the Welsh language among young people aged 16+. With a focus on entrepreneurship for Art and Design students, 7 young business owners were invited to raise awareness of the benefits of the Welsh language in business, share experiences and good practice, and most of all, inspire. Visit our YouTube Channel to hear presentations from Celf Heledd, CwiltSiw, Hiwti, Ifan Emyr, Niki Pilkington, Orielodl and Sara Lois.