Bore da pawb, I am Welsh (a Gogg!) born in St. Asaph. I have lived all my life in Wales, borderlands. I was taught Welsh in school from age 5 to 14, didn’t take it to O level. I understand more than I can speak and I really would love to be a fluent Welsh speaker. I’m pretty good at languages, so I hope to learn to do so. Anna
Croeso Anna! It sounds very much like you’ll be speaking Welsh in no time. Have a look at Post-Pandemic Meetups to see if there’s a group near you that you could join to practise.
Diolch yn fawr Deborah. I will take a look. Thanks for the tip.
Bore da, Anna! My grandparents lived in St Asaph, and I have a lot of happy memories of summers spent playing on the riverbank there. Pob lwc efo SSiW!
If you are ever in or around Saltney Ferry there is a group that meets every Saturday and every other Wednesday from 11-12. It would be great to see you. All levels welcome
Thank you for your suggestion. I am a short drive from Saltney Ferry, and I would love to join your group. I am only just beginning but I am keen.
I work as a psychotherapist during the week, ~Tuesday to Thursday, and as a nurse practitioner on Saturday every other week, from 10 to 4pm. I will come down to meet the group, when I am free. Where do you meet please? At the little cafe, or somewhere else?
Our meeting place is the old chapel cafe. We would be delighted to meet you Anna.
I go to the Hen Capel meetings at Saltney Ferry and the people are really friendly and helpful