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Plaque for Welsh chapel in Dublin / Plac i’r capel Cymraeg Dulyn

We have as yet been unable to resolve the stalemate that has developed between Dublin City Council and the owners and tenants of the old Welsh chapel in Talbot Street, Dublin, which will enable a commemorative plaque to be erected

Sale of prints / Gwerthiant printiau

Aled Owen-Thomas, from Carmarthenshire, now living in Galway is a landscape photographer and is currently holding a print sale on his website. Included are a few prints of Wales. You can see what’s on offer here: http://www.aledowenthomas.com/index.php/landscape/spring-sale/ There may be

Welsh lessons in Dublin / Gwersi Cymraeg yn Nulyn

Draig Werdd is pleased to be able to announce that following the success of the first two classes a further Welsh language class for people that wish to progress beyond the beginner’s level will be held in Dublin this spring.

Happy St. David’s Day! / Dydd Gwyl Dewi Hapus!

Happy St. David’s Day from Draig Werdd, wherever you happen to be in the world.   Enjoy the day! Dydd Gwyl Dewi hapus o Gymdeithas Draig Werdd, lle bynnag y byddwch yn y byd. Mwynhewch y dydd!  

England v Wales 10/02/2018 Lloegr v Cymru

We will be meeting once again at Doheny & Nesbitts, Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 2 on Saturday 10 February for Wales’ next match in the Six Nations against England.  Kick-off is at 4.45pm.  We have a reserved area upstairs but

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