Contact us

To contact us, send an email to info@welshsociety.ie and we will get back to you with a reply as soon as possible.  Alternatively, leave a comment in the reply box below.

15 comments on “Contact us
  1. Meirion Gwril (aka Martin Ball) says:

    Hello – I shall be moving to Cork in the summer and wonder how to contact any members there.
    In particular I would like to be able to practise my Welsh again after 14 years in the US and 3 in Sweden!

  2. Geraint Warlow says:

    Hi,

    I have just moved to Dublin and am interested in meeting up at one of your activities.

    I’m from South Wales and am keen to meet up and hear more about the society.

    Thanks

    • admin says:

      Hello Geraint – welcome to Dublin, croeso i Iwerddon. I’ve sent you an email with info about the society and added you as a subscriber so you’ll be getting emails with our regular blog updates from now on. You can also check out info on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/47152789708/. Hope to see you at one of our functions soon.

      Hwyl, Geraint Waters.

  3. Ryland Teifi says:

    Shwmae pawb
    We are premiering a brand new show called Waters Wide in The Clancy Brothers Festival on Saturday the 4th of June in Carrick on Suir. It blends the songs, music, dance with stories, poetry and drama from Ireland, Wales and Scotland. We already have many from Wales coming over and would love to see the Welsh of Ireland there!
    Dewch yn llu i’r digwyddiad unigryw hwn rhwng y gwledydd Celtaidd!
    From Dylan Thomas to WB Yeats and Robbie Burns with the great music, song and dance of our Celtic lands.
    Hwyl am y tro,
    Ryland Teifi
    Box Office: 051 645 050
    rylandteifi@aol.com

  4. Brian Gibbons says:

    I noted your article on Padraig Pearse’s award at the Eisteddfod in 1899. Next to it was a speech from Count Plunkett from the “Irish National Literary Society”.I presume this is the father of another of the signatories of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic, Joseph Mary Plunkett?

    If so, he went on to become the first elected Sinn Fein MP in 1917 when he won the North Roscommon seat in the by-election following the death of James O’Kelly – thus providing the I916 rebels with an initial, albeit retrospective, democratic mandate for their actions.

  5. Niamh Honer says:

    Hi my name is Niamh Honer from the Civic, Theatre Tallaght.

    We have a stage adaptation of Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas here 5-9 April. I would love if you could let your members know? I can send on a flyer and info with SPECIAL OFFER if you send on your e-mail?
    Thanks,
    Niamh

  6. An Conradh Ceilteach – Celtic League 1916 Centenary Programme

    24 March: ‘Scotland and The Easter Rising’ Public Talk by Stephen Coyle, author
    Venue: Ireland Institute, Pearse Street, Dublin 2
    Time: 7pm

    26 March: Celtic League Interceltic Commemoration and wreath laying
    Venue: Republican 1916 Plot, Glasnevin Cemetery
    Piper,1916 proclamation will be read , oration
    Time: 10.00am at entrance to St. Paul’s section ,

    April 25TH : ‘Frongoch and The Birth of The IRA’
    Public Talk by Lyn Ebenezer (Cymru)
    Venue: Ireland Institute, Pearse Street, Dublin 2
    Time: 7pm

    June: CL Delegates visit Frongoch, Wales. Day trip by HSS from Dun Laoire, coach to and from Frongoch
    Date TBC

    ALL EVENTS FREE EXCEPT TRIP – ALL WELCOME TO ALL EVENTS

    SEE NEWS ARCHIVE ON CELTIC LEAGUE WEB SITE

  7. Graham Keegan says:

    Hi,

    I was wondering if someone could help me with an unusual request?

    I’m currently looking for a fluent Welsh speaker who would consider some contract work in IT?

    Good money on offer but the person must be a fluent Welsh speaker.

    Many thanks in advance,

    Graham Keegan
    01-4321555

  8. Hello

    I was the one of the original founders of Draig Werdd (I used to live in Co. Cork). I designed the orange Welsh dragon that you have on the top of your web site. In fact I also designed the original web site which had a yellow background.

    The current image has a yellow border around it which makes it look unattractive. I have a version without the yellow border and I can email it to your webmeister if I can have his or her email address.

    Hwyl

    Richard

    • admin says:

      Hello Richard,

      Good to hear from you and thanks for the suggestion for improving the logo. If you could email it to admin@welshsociety.ie then we’ll use it to update the website. Hope all is well with you all.

      Hwyl,

      Geraint

  9. Bill Courtney says:

    I would like to make contact with a Welsh speaking person in the Cork area. I need some help in translating and speaking about two sentences in Welsh, which I have to deliver at an upcoming wedding.

    I appreciate any help you can give.

  10. Martin Jenkins says:

    Hello! Just wanted to get in touch….I am originally from South Wales (Pembrokeshire to be exact) and have been living in Dublin for ten years. I am interested in knowing more about the society and how to go abut joining? Also wondering if it is only for Welsh speakers as I do not speak Welsh, coming from the English speaking area of Pembrokeshire and also having some Irish connections! Would be grateful for any information, many thanks!
    Martin Jenkins.

    • admin says:

      Thanks for the post, Martin. We’ll add your name to our member list so you’ll receive notification of activities and news via email from now on. We have no language or other restriction in the society – all are welcome, wherever in the world you’re from and whatever language you do (or don’t) speak.

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