Activities for Gaelic speakers and learners in the Scottish Parliament


The Scottish Parliament will be holding a range of Gaelic events on Thursday 30th November.

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• A pop-up “Learn Gaelic in 5 minutes” stall in the Main Hall from 10am to 2pm. Come along and learn about the Scottish Parliament’s Gaelic service and learn a little Gaelic – or if you can already speak Gaelic, come along and say hi!

• We will be offering a one hour tour for Gaelic learners and speakers at 10am.

• We will be holding a class for Gaelic leaners at beginners’ level in the Parliament’s Chat Room from 2.30 to 4:30pm.

For more information or to book a place on the tour or class, contact us at gaidhlig@parliament.scot or 0131 348 5395. The pop-up stall is a drop in and doesn’t require any booking.

The national Gaelic schools debate will also be taking place in the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 29th November. More details are available on the debate website
Alasdair

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Tha an t-àm ann fhathast do bheachdan a chur ris!

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A bheil na prìomhachasan ceart againn?

A bheil rud sam bith a bu toil leat atharrachadh?

Tha sinn air tòrr bheachdan fhaighinn gu ruige seo – ach bhiodh e math barrachd fhaighinn – gu sònraichte bho luchd na Gàidhlig.

Lìon an suirbhidh againn agus leig fios na tha thu a’ smaoineachadh.

Alasdair

gaidhlig@parliament.scot