|Welsh Language in Mid Wales|
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University of Wales Dictionary of the Welsh Language
The University of Wales Dictionary of the Welsh Language is the first standard historical dictionary of Welsh. Description, publications and availability, sample page, statistics, staff, links.
The Puget Sound Welsh Association (PSWA)
PSWA is an umbrella group coordinating the activities of various Welsh clubs dedicated to preserving the long history & heritage of Welsh culture in the Puget Sound region and surrounding area.
Welsh Studies Institute in North America
Cymdeithas Madog, the Welsh Studies Institute of North America, Inc., is a tax-exempt, non-profit organization dedicated to helping North Americans learn, use and enjoy the Welsh language. It takes its name from Madog ab Owain Gwynedd, a Welsh prince who sailed (according to legend) to America in the 12th century.
Wales on Britannia, where you will find a wealth of information on Welsh culture, language, traditions and history presented by your guide Peter Williams.
Cymuned North America
Cymuned is a Welsh organization devoted to bolstering impoverished Welsh communities, and advancing the Welsh language and culture. Cymuned is on the forefront of improving the human condition in Wales, and embody Welsh freedom fighting in terms of bringing happiness, health, and prosperity to the Welsh populace.
A Welsh Course
This course is one suitable for beginners. The main emphasis of the course is in developing conversational skills in Welsh as it is currently spoken (as contrasted with teaching the forms needed for understanding literary Welsh).
The Welsh National Gymanfa Ganu Association
The purpose of The Welsh National Gymanfa Ganu Association is \"to preserve, develop and promote our Welsh religious and cultural heritage, including, but not limited to the Gymanfa Ganu, and our religious and cultural traditions, and to do all things necessary and proper to accomplish and enhance the same\".
National Eisteddfod of Wales
The National Eisteddfod of Wales is one of the great festivals of the world, attracting over 160,000 visitors every year. An eclectic mixture of culture, music, visual arts and all kinds of activities for people of all ages, there’s something for everyone on the Maes during the first week of August every year.
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