Conradh na Gaeilge Launches New Irish Language Scheme

Conradh na Gaeilge has launched a new scheme, funded by Foras na Gaelige, to help Irish conversation groups to be established.

SDLP Newry & Armagh MLA and Irish Language Spokesperson Dominic Bradley has welcomed the new scheme.
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Mr Bradley said: "Learning language is much more fun in a group context and it only takes one other person to get the conversation going. I would encourage speakers of Irish across the country to seek out a conversation group in their area and join in the craic.

"Where no group exists it is quite easy to establish a new group and Conradh na Gaeilge in the local area will certainly provide all necessary support."


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