Irish Language classes continue in North Antrim

Ballymena

All Saints Parish Centre

Thursdays 7.00pm – 8.30pm

Beginners, Improvers, Advanced Conversation

Contact Rosie 07740684152

 

Cushendall

Páirc CLG Ruairí Óig

Mondays 6.15pm – 9.30pm

Childrens class

Absolute beginners
Improvers / Meán rang 1
Intermediate / Meán rang 2
Advanced / Ard rang

Contact Máirtín Mac Ailín; 077 51 414 875;

 

Dunloy

Parish Centre, Bridge Rd, ;

Wednesdays 7.00 pm to 8.30pm

Beginners & Improvers

Contact Máirín 07780508366

 

Glenravel

Con Magees GAC & Brídíní Óga CC

Starting Thur, Oct 4th, 7:00pm to 8:30pm. For 10 weeks

Complete beginners in the GCDA Complex.

Cost is £35.

Contact Cormac O’Loan on 07851 395575 to register your interest.

 

Any Irish person, part of the way they speak in English comes from Irish. It’s a little bit of part of what they are. Irish is kind of their language (Des Bishop)

 

The idea of having such a unique, special language as Irish and throwing it away is absolute foolishness.  (Manchán Magan)

 

Languages can improve communication, empathy and understanding, widen horizons, broaden minds and teach the ability to think. Genuinely educational as well as economically useful. They remind us that there is somewhere else and it is probably not like Dublin 4 (Andrew Gilligan, The Daily Telegraph)

 

Learning a new language or even refreshing your cúpla focail,is not a solo pursuit, it’s an ideal opportunity for engagement, making new friends, having new experiences with others, reaching a goal and having hope for the future.( Martin Rogan, Chief Executive of Mental Health Ireland )

https://www.mentalhealthireland.ie/news-events/learn-language-keep-brain-fit/

 

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